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Making Animal Characters in Polymer Clay Paperback – October, 2000
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Once relegated to jewelry crafting, polymer clay--better known by such brand names as FIMO, Cernit, and Sculpey-- realizes another dimension in former art teacher Frey's book. Fifteen characters of all shapes and some sizes come to life with her incredibly detailed instructions, much like Will Vinton's Claymation figures. Setting the stage are two chapters on appropriate preparations: clay features and characteristics, tools, and methods (including how to shape ropes, balls, cones, and sheets). Then, three chapters--segregated by level of difficulty--highlight the projects, from Simple Bobby Bookworm to the armature-supported Dexter Dalmatian, firedog. Plus, Frey anticipated most if not all of readers' questions, including information on storage, the right working surface, and even hand cleaning. There are always great lessons to be learned. List of suppliers appended. Barbara Jacobs
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About the Author
Sherian Frey is a versatile designer and teacher with years of experience working with polymer clay. She is in her tenth year of producing individually handcrafted clay sculptures, and is co-owner of Small Fry Sculptures.
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She supplies tips and suggestions for each project as well as patterns on completing each one in the book.
It's great for those anthro styled animals from fairy tales and cartoons.