Experimenting With Faux Ceramic Look

I have been admiring the work of Françoise Roudaut of Au Fil De Pates (a French blog) for some time now. Her work is so captivating. Françoise’s use of design and color just speaks to me. So I dug out my clay yesterday, mixed some pastel purple and orange to use as a base, and began experimenting. I like the results, but I’m still fine tuning the look. I don’t have any varnish, so I used Liquid Sculpey. After baking, I zapped it with a heat gun so the liquid clay would go clear and have a bit of shine.

Françoise says she originally got her inspiration from Tina Holden over at Polymer Clay Bytes (There is a short How-To tutorial)

Anyway, here are my little beauties 🙂

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Tile Beads In Cool Colors

Tile Beads In Cool Colors


Tile Beads In Warm Colors

Tile Beads In Warm Colors


Round Pendants

Round Pendants


More Pendants

More Pendants

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Françoise
    Jul 04, 2009 @ 13:32:42

    Nice ones !

    Reply

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