Fish Necklace Tutorial, Polymer Clay Tutorial, PDF Tutorial, Fish Tutorial, Necklace Tutorial, Code: FNTut.

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Fish Necklace Tutorial, Polymer Clay PDF Tutorial, PDF Tutorial, Polymer Clay Tutorial, Fish Tutorial, Necklace Tutorial.

This tutorial was created by me, using my own designs and process. I have been teaching polymer clay techniques for over 10 years, and this is one of my popular workshops, put into a PDF format so that everyone can make their own Fish jewellery from Polymer Clay.

In this tutorial I cover the 3 elements needed to make your unique necklace.
1. Making the fish, including the fin canes and body patterns.
2. Creating the underside of the fish, plus instructions on how to include the beading holes.
3. Instructions on how to place and bead the fish in a circular beaded design, to create this unique necklace.

While the notes cover a necklace design, you can of course adapt the technique to make a brooch, earrings, fridge magnet or card toppers. I include brief details of how to adapt this process to make these items at the end of the tutorial.

This tutorial is suitable for beginners upwards, and I have, as one of the PDF's, notes for beginners covering all the basic elements of working with Polymer Clay.

The Fish Necklace tutorial takes you step by step through the process, over 19 pages, with 70 photos of the individual stages. There is also a link to my videos on conditioning clay and the Skinner Blend, for anyone new to those elements of the process.

You can make these fish out of any brand of Polymer Clay, and in any colour combination of your choice.

This item is Non-refundable.

You will be able to download this tutorial immediately upon completion of payment.

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Please respect the Copyright of this tutorial, and do not copy or share these notes with others, or teach this tutorial as your own workshop. It is for your own personal use only. You are free to sell anything you make using this technique, and if you wish to mention my tutorial when you do, then that would be greatly appreciated.

Please note, UK legislation applies to all sales from my shop.


FAQs

Yes to both question. The Polymer Clay canes, once warmed, as per the instructions they arrive to you with, can be fitted around blank pen barrels. Once baked, according to the Manufacturer's instructions, They can either be sanded and polished, or, if you are an experienced Lathe user, turned on a lathe. Here is a useful video to watch by one of my customers, using the canes for the first time, to turn a pen barrel coated in Polymer Clay and Resin. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oBV1n3B_uOc&feature=youtu.be If you have any questions, or would like any advice, please ask me, I am happy to help.

Polymer Clay is a man made sculpting medium that remains pliable until it is baked. It can be baked in a normal oven as it cooks at a low temperature. It is one of the few mediums where you can create a complex pattern in a ‘cane’ and reduce this to a very small size while maintaining the integrity of the pattern.

I try to ensure that all my tutorials, unless I express otherwise, are suitable for beginners upwards. I include in one of the PDF Downloads tips and instructions for beginners on the basics of working with Polymer Clay. I hope that these will be sufficient to tell you all you need to know, but suggest that you contact me if you need to know anything else specific to the tutorial you have purchased.

I have various tutorials you can view online to show how the pattern gets within the clay. Here are a couple that you may enjoy watching: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jkBt9yYT_ZA&feature=youtu.behttps://youtu.be/FWq2tZFHoxU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_7oT6tzDnw&t=88s

There are many used for unbaked canes. Normally, after warming them gently with body heat for a bout 20 minutes, people take thin slices from the cane to lay together to form patterns. I have a video showing you what to do with your canes here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IPUdhRwzy04&t=5s. If you have any other questions about this, so send me a conversation.

Yes to both question. The Polymer Clay canes, once warmed, as per the instructions they arrive to you with, can be fitted around blank pen barrels. Once baked, according to the Manufacturer's instructions, They can either be sanded and polished, or, if you are an experienced Lathe user, turned on a lathe. Here is a useful video to watch by one of my customers, using the canes for the first time, to turn a pen barrel coated in Polymer Clay and Resin. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oBV1n3B_uOc&feature=youtu.be If you have any questions, or would like any advice, please ask me, I am happy to help.

Polymer Clay is a man made sculpting medium that remains pliable until it is baked. It can be baked in a normal oven as it cooks at a low temperature. It is one of the few mediums where you can create a complex pattern in a ‘cane’ and reduce this to a very small size while maintaining the integrity of the pattern.

I try to ensure that all my tutorials, unless I express otherwise, are suitable for beginners upwards. I include in one of the PDF Downloads tips and instructions for beginners on the basics of working with Polymer Clay. I hope that these will be sufficient to tell you all you need to know, but suggest that you contact me if you need to know anything else specific to the tutorial you have purchased.

I have various tutorials you can view online to show how the pattern gets within the clay. Here are a couple that you may enjoy watching: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jkBt9yYT_ZA&feature=youtu.behttps://youtu.be/FWq2tZFHoxU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_7oT6tzDnw&t=88s

There are many used for unbaked canes. Normally, after warming them gently with body heat for a bout 20 minutes, people take thin slices from the cane to lay together to form patterns. I have a video showing you what to do with your canes here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IPUdhRwzy04&t=5s. If you have any other questions about this, so send me a conversation.


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    May 5, 2018 by SUSAN
    Love this tutorial, easy to follow!
    Mar 1, 2018 by Wendy Bester

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