You don't need Part 1 or 3. Each Part is a standalone tutorial. This is Part 2 for creating imitative beach pebbles from polymer clay
With only a few colors and tools you'll be able to create a range of beach pebbles to fool the naked eye. The only deception is their light weight. Inspired by real beach pebbles, in this lesson you'll recreate veins, textures and ocean tumbled forms. Create stones of any size or shape, and then drill them with ease. Part 2 focuses on yellow Quartzite, although alternatively dirty quartz is also included. Then make beige Ryolite and Granite, the many white rocks with black/gray speckles and flecks that are found on beaches. Finally learn some tips and tricks to make your pebbles stand out.
Clayers should possess basic knowledge of conditioning clay, either with pasta machine or by hand. The pasta machine is optional, but makes color blending quicker. Please read each step before attempting.
For intermediate level.
Part 1 and 3 also available singly or all 3 in a package at a discounted price:
This tutorial is packed with 72 photographs, 25 pages, and 64 steps of instructions.
This tutorial was created and developed completely by Tina Holden/Beadcomber, and has not been taken from any book, nor other tutorial nor from the internet.
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