Huzzah! I’ve finished up the How To Make A Ball Joint Doll with Polymer Clay tutorials in video and .pdf form. 10 half-hour segments show from start to finish how I make these dolls, with full explanations and helpful info, available through the 2015 Polymer Clay Adventure. Click here to visit Polymer Clay Adventure.
Its been an incredibly busy Spring so far, and very productive. I’ve been working on websites for others like the Lyons Film Festival, Red Canyon Art, Angel Readings by Kelly, and updated my own websites page because of the new additions. (Need a website? I love working with creative people to make them!) I also […]
This is a great time for new beginnings, and I’ve got several in the works in this new year. I’ve relocated my studio space to 364 Main Street in Longmont, where I am making new art, giving classes, and finishing projects that have been in the works for a while. Here’s the start of a […]
I just finished making my first ball jointed doll, and its been a fun filled learning curve. I’ve made many dolls, but she’s the most complex. Kato Polyclay is extremely tough and durable, and after sanding has a beautiful skin-like texture. I used a 12.5 oz. block of beige/flesh and had around 3 oz. […]
I’m in polymer clay mode this May, making lots of new beads and pins and faces–both in cabochon form and canes. I’ve made face canes before, but only using Fimo and Premo brands of polymer clay.
Here’s a picture of some of the ones I’ve made throughout the years.
I dress them up using bits […]
I’ve put together the lineup of classes that I will be offering through Front Range Community College’s Continuing Education department.
Located at the Boulder County Campus in Longmont, Colorado, these personal enrichment classes are fun, fast and finance-friendly; you could pay a lot more and get a lot less elsewhere! The classrooms at FRCC are […]
You may have noticed that I’m moving things around at The Polyclay Gallery. When I first began building it back in the dark ages, I only knew a bit of html. Then I learned about CSS and PHP and all the wonderful things they make possible to do to/with a website. I’ve been practicing with […]