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Patterns in Polymer: Imprint and Accent Bead Techniques Paperback – June 7, 2011
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Having had a class with Julie Picarello at Clay Carnival Las Vegas in 2010 (an annual event that I HIGHLY recommend), I wanted more. And this book fulfilled that need. I consider myself an intermediate-to-advanced PC artist and this book gave another direction/design style to the mokume gane work that I have already mastered. I would consider this a "technique" book more than a "projects" book. Some books start with a project (pendant, earrings, etc) and hope you get the idea of the technique. In this book, each adaptation of the mokume gane technique is taken to a project end, but the focus is on the technique and how that technique can be modified, or incorporated into, a variety of projects.
I would not recommend this book as a first choice for a new polymer clay artist. While it does cover some of the basics, there are other books more suitable to someone just getting started or in the early stages of proficiency. However, this book also offers great suggestions on out-of-the ordinary imprint/distressing tools as well as color mixing. Not a color theory book, just some great information on mixing color and the importance of high contrast for attractive design.Read more ›
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I really like this book. Instructions are easy to follow and her designs are so cool. I would highly recommend this book.Published 1 day ago by crv
This book made me fall in love with Polymer Clay. I'm just realizing now that the pendants I bought at a store in Sacramento was made by the author! I love her style.Published 1 month ago by Seahorse
VERY informative. Julie ' color combination are awesome. A must-have for polymer clay bead-making enthusiasts.Published 2 months ago by Jean A. Wiley
Is an amazing master piece. It inspire me to work inmediately. Thank you so much!!Published 4 months ago by Maria Bretana
I was a writer long before I entered the craft world or the Polymer Clay universe. That may explain why I am so taken by the quotes in this book. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Gloria