Monday, May 14, 2012

Chevrons: A Fresh Approach

I've been working to improve my approach to polymer clay chevron beads. I'm happy with the results.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Love this one

Beady Mel said...

Wow! You need to start teaching your techniques. Would love to take a class from you. Don't know where you live but the Southern CT Polymer Clay Guild is having their biennial retreat in July. Please sign up & come!

Birdladyll said...

these are beautiful! How are you doing them?

Anonymous said...

Wow! These beads are amazing.

ellen said...

Your work speaks to the importance of employing exquisite craftsmanship or technique, if you will, in creating substantially artful pieces. Do consider teaching and/or producing videos.
If ever on the east coast please contact the Phila Area PC Guild
www.papcg.org
Ellen

http://www.ColieArt.artfire.com said...

These are amazing, PLEASE teach us how to do this!

Jael said...

Fabulous colors! Perfect - I've never been good at perfection, so I appreciate things that get close ;-)

Michelle said...

Perfection!

Peggy said...

Would love to purchase a tutorial from you on Chevrons. Seriously consider doing some tutorials. You can sell them on etsy or Claylessons.com I would definately be in line to purchase any tutorial you would present on these gorgous chevrons. You have too much talent to keep to yourself, please share!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

I love the Neopolitan beads. I'd be interested in learning your precision techniques.

Amy Culbert5 said...

I agree with other posters about you teaching your technique. I really hope you'll consider it. I think you've got such a great thing going here. So happy you were featured in PCD or I wouldn't have seen you fabulous work!

Amy Culbert5 said...

Fabulous! Can't wait until start teaching. I agree with the other posters about that. Would love to learn your technique. It's brilliant!
thank you for your awesome photos.

Keri Lee Sereika said...

Beautiful work!