Monday, June 18, 2012

Photosynthesizer


6 comments:

Debbie said...

I just found your site through Polymer Clay Daily, and am grateful. Your beads are wonderful. They have a visual strength and power and such clean lines. Gorgeous.
This new lime green with the slight twist to the chevron is and interesting variation!

NooN said...

wooow i adore ur work ! may i ask how did u learn such amazing patterns?

... said...

Thank you Debbie and NooN. NooN, you may recognize the pattern as that found on old Chevron trade beads. Basically I'm reproducing those beads in polymer clay. To make the beads I create a cane with the pattern running all the way through. I cut the cane into bead length cylinders and bake them. Once cured, I sand the clay down giving the bead its bicone shape and bringing to the surface the pattern found within. I developed my approach through experimentation and study of how original chevron beads were made.

NooN said...

ic...
ur very talented! keep goin! :)

2 Good Claymates said...

The color in these and the Lemon Twist ones are fabulous! Nice work!

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