Let's meet Elizabeth Hagurova @fimoclaycraft from Krasnodar and have a look at her work. She has been in love with art for her whole life and it is obvious that the domain of her creation is the precise design of miniature objects. 🦋 Read more about it in the latest blog post: www.polymerweek.com
Thank you to our amazing team for making this happen! 🙈 @michaela0990 for incredible graphic layout and @thehonzabarta for editing every picture of the magazine! And also @svetlo77 for translation and @janmontarsi for text correction. 🌸 Big thanks also to all contributors and artists from all over the world for being a part of this issue!
Step by step tutorials are a perfect way to learn something new and get inspired by wonderful creations like this one made by @nadia__elkina! 🙈 In the latest issue of the #PolymerWeekMagazine you will find 12 incredible tutorials by clayers from all over the world! Huge thank you to all contributors for their work and passion with sharing own knowledge!
The new issue of the magazine arrived from the print today and tomorrow morning it is going to be sent to you too! We are looking forward to your reactions, hope you will like it as we do! ♥️
Meike Lucia Friemel from Germany surprised us with her necklace inspired by a photo of snow and rose hips from challenge in the Facebook group. She appropriately transformed all natural shapes into the stylish geometric and quite a minimalist ones, nevertheless it does not bored you. Read more about it in a new blog post on www.polymerweek.com
How does your clay studio looks like? 🙈 Tag us in your photo, we are curious to see where you make all magical things with #polymerclay.
Cynthia Toops will teach two incredible classes during the Royal Polymer Week 2019 in October in the Czech Republic. She is widely recognized for her remarkable artistry in polymer clay, most especially for her polymer clay micro mosaics. In this second workshop, students will learn her tricks and create incredible micro-mosaics of their own to use like gems in pendants, brooches, and rings in the interesting color palette. Have a look at all announced projects, there are still two of them we will announce in two weeks and then we will start the registration! www.polymerweek.com/event
Thanks to certain language barriers and less open country, the Russian community is almost disconnected from European artists. On social networks, however, there are no borders, and you can find new artists who make great stuff from the polymer every day. Juliya Zhilenkova is one of those who is using a social media network to let the world successfully know about her art. Find an interview with her in the latest issue of Polymer Week Magazine. www.bit.ly/PWMagWinter2019
With every new issue of the magazine we want to improve the graphic layout and make the whole content better and better. And even it means hundreds of hours of editing, we are so happy that you give us positive feedback and like it! 🙈 On Monday we will start shipping all preorders, so if you would like to have it in your hands as soon as possible, don’t forget to preorder this new lovely issue at www.polymerweek.com !
Anastasia Kalinina from @dobro_made takes inspiration in nature and her creatures, not only flowers and other plants – but humanity is also a big part of the universe. For the Polymer Week Magazine, she prepared a wonderful tutorial for Rose Petals Triangle. In this tutorial, you will learn how to make a brooch that includes polymer clay, flowers, and epoxy resin. We can not wait to get this issue ready from print! If you would like to read it as first, preorder this issue at our store! 🌸 www.polymerweek.com
Olga Chernyshova lives in Asia for some time already and creates wonderful design jewelry from polymer clay. During the Royal Polymer Week 2019 event in the Czech Republic, she will teach you this incredible hollow beads necklace in her full-day class. Read more about all announced classes at www.polymerweek.com/teachers and be a part of the event this October together with clayers from all over the world!
The polymer clay community can be divided into two groups. Those who make jewelry from polymer clay, and the other – much smaller – group of those who create decorations or small sculptures. Evgeniya Oniskevich lives in Brest, Belarus. She focuses on making fairytale-like dolls. In the latest issue of the magazine, you can find a lovely article about her art, story, and the making of these incredibly original dolls. www.bit.ly/PWMagWinter2019
It’s time for making some canes! 🎉 Find an inspiration in the new issue of the #PolymerWeekMagazine full of tutorials, articles and interviews. 🙈 This tutorial by @bisenkan will teach you how to create unveliable kaleidoscope canes from #polymerclay in many variations!
In the latest issue of the Polymer Week Magazine, you will find twelve tutorials and between them also one prepared by @lednevaolga for making these unique complex brooches. Have you already preorder your issue? https://shop.polymerweek.com