@delphinevignoble recently unveiled a collection of polymer bracelets on her social networks. 🎉 She applied a fabric texture and added interesting detail of sawing. Delphine came up with ingenious idea with the use of elasticity of the sheet of clay and simple clasp. 💛 We just simply love it!
Marina Nurkina is a Latvian artist, her passion with polymer clay started in 2013 and since then it became her adorable hobby. She loves to craft flower miniature and miniature flower combinations in jewellery. 🌸 For the new issue of the Polymer Week Magazine she prepared a lovely tutorial about her inspirational technique. 🎉 Preorders for this new issue will start next week.
In one hour we are going to open the registration for the #RoyalPolymerWeek2019 in the Czech Republic! 🙈 We can not wait to meet all of you from 11th to 13th of October! It’s gonna be a wonderful time with clayers and talented teachers from all over the world. 🎉 The registration will be opened at www.polymerweek.com
In a few days we are going to send a new issue of the #polymerweekmagazine to the print! 🎉 We try to improve the whole concept with every new issue. It’s all about details, but the content is on the first place. 🙈 You can look forward to so many tutorials! Between them also the one by @sweet_sasha.s. Have a look at her other work, she is a master in making cute characters from polymer clay.
We are happy to present you the fourth from five classes that will be a part of the Royal Polymer Week 2019 in the Czech Republic in October! This week we will announce the last project and open the registration soon. As part of a full-day workshop with @lucystruncova, you will be creating a piece of jewelry made of several polymer tubes that combine simplicity, purity, and playfulness. You will learn to create unusual and fine polymer clay decorations with different patterns and also to apply them to jewelry. During the workshop, you will be able to create both a design necklace and a brooch. Read more about all announced classes at www.polymerweek.com/teachers
In the new issue of the Polymer Week Magazine you will find an interview with Czech talented clayer Ivana Brozova. 🙈 Have a look at her wonderful work! We are finishing the issue these days, keep fingers crossed. Preorders soon.
Olimpia Corvino comes from Italy, where she also finds antique inspiration for her work. She combines the polymer clay with the wire from which she forms the main shape of the piece. Then she fills the resulting spaces with a clay of different patterns. The whole jewellery piece looks pure and minimalistic thanks to the wire, since she does not finish her pieces with manufactured components.
During this time we work hard on another issue of the #PolymerWeekMagazine which should be out next month! 🌸 Guess, what will be inside? As always, tens of tutorials, interviews with incredible artists from all over the world and also interesting articles full of inspiration!
Costanza Mengaroni from Rome, creates unusual 2D pictures from the polymer clay. She uses an extruder and a disk with holes to extrude the various colored snakes. 🙈 Then she transforms the snakes into the spirals and composes them into the motifs of famous people or cartoons. The contours that are created of un-spiraled black snakes play a major role in her design. It is also worth mentioning the way she works with colors. 🎉 She mixes different shades of spirals with each other and creates the impression of a smooth transition. We love it!
Inside of the latest issue of the #PolymerWeekMagazine you will also find a tutorial for this minimalistic pendant from polymer clay made by @lucystruncova. ⚪️ Do you have a copy of the latest issue? What is your most favourite article from it?
Olimpia Corvino comes from Italy, where she also finds antique inspiration for her work. She combines the polymer clay with a gold metallic powder. 🖤 We are happy that Olimpia will share with you her techniques in the upcoming issue of the Polymer Week Magazine, which will be out in May.
It’s so wonderful to see photos of you enjoying a reading of the Polymer Week Magazine! 🙈 Honestly, we can not imagine hundreds of our readers, so thank you @ooli_oli and others for all of your photos which make this project more real!
Are you looking for some inspiration? You should definitely follow @petitplat! 🐻 Stephanie Kilgast from France creates incredible sculptures from polymer clay and other materials. She was a part of the Polymer Week event in Czech too. We love her work and also her personality! 💛
What about you and canes? Do you like making different patterns in your favourite color pallete? 🌸 These are made by @lucystruncova.