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Polymer Clay Color Inspirations: Techniques and Jewelry Projects for Creating Successful Palettes Paperback – August 25, 2009
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"Polymer clay is a wonderfully versatile material and a whole lot of fun to explore...This lovely book will show you how to identify your favorite colors and use them to create successful color schemes, make your own reference tools for creating jewelry designs, and study color interactions through eleven exercises and projects. That's a big bang for your buck!" --Bead Design Studio Magazine
About the Author
LINDLY HAUNANI has more than eighteen years of experience as a polymer clay workshop leader. Her work has appeared in more than fifty invitational and juried shows.
MAGGIE MAGGIO has studied color for more than thirty years and for the last ten years has traveled the United States teaching color workshops to polymer artists.
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But oh my, the projects! No stars! Some of the instructions are OK, but too many are just horrible -- too long and unforgivably confusing with numbered paragraph steps not matching correspondingly numbered pictures, and paragraphs steps running together without clarifying pictures. You can get away with skipping all too many of the projects and save yourself a heap of polymer clay. However, doing them would help in understanding the science, and later better-written projects depend on earlier ones. Oh no, it doesn't stop there, but basically, it seems as if no one was at home to spot the amateur copy-editing, including the authors. This book needs to be re-issued with serious re-editing, without using Watkins-Guptal Publications. And please, if Victoria Craven is still Executive Editor, fire her! This book is probably the best book on PC color theory, but c'mon, it could've been so much better.