Thursday, 31 December 2015
What's great about polymer clay is its versatility. I thank the PC artist who discovered how to make PC metallic looking. I love this technique.
These vases are my version of metallic, steampunk look cylinder shape polymer clay covered vases.
They stand about 7 inches tall.
My steampunk Design
Every details on the vase are all made of polymer clay. Gilded and brushed with pearl ex powder to achieve metal look. I added perfect pearls patina for an aged look.
The glass vase is frosted with champagne and gold bakeable multi surface paint.
They cure well when baked so they stay durable.
This textured copper vase is a quick project.
I use black clay, run it to the pasta machine with rubber texture mat.
I covered the vase and finished it with perfect ranger patina and viva inca gold copper.
The covered vase looks bare to me so I needed to add something on it.
Ah! metallic butterflies will look nice.
I also finished it with copper and patina.
I am pretty pleased how these vases turned out.
The copper and patina vase is available for purchase in my
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Monday, 28 December 2015
I made this vase with layers of textured clay. My goal is to achieve an antique finish. The fan leaves textured and the blend of raw sienna and burnt umber clay created a beautiful cover for this vase.
The vase stands about 10 inches tall. It is large vase and it used about 6 oz. of polymer clay for the cover.
It is a unique decor and it can still function as flower vase.
The clay rope complete the vintage look of the vase.
After I cured the vase I painted it with antique paint and rubbed off any excess.
I added the sculpted roses for accent.
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