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You do really Great work.
Hey Jean - thanks for all the trouble you took with the demo last night. That leopard cane is awesome.
Hi my fellow-SBPC friend - I just came home and visited your site again. It is so nice what you are doing and sharing with us, less progressed and less talented polymer fever victims. :)
Thank you for all, including your wonderful dragon. It will be my happy polymer clay pet.
Your creations are delightful and amazing! Since I'm new to this, I'm telling myself that in time it will be possible to create to some degree as you have. I will be sending others to your site. Thanks for including your link in the forum.
Your art and work for the PC Community just continually totally astound me. Thanks from deep down for every bit of it.
WMW / Alberta, Canada
It's been a few months since my last visit , there are quite a number of new and interesting creations. Only devotion, patience and efforts will blossom into such fine clay works like yours, I admire your creations. I also appreciates many other polymer clay artists, devoting their time and efforts in creating so many varieties of wonderful and interesting clay arts. It makes this world a even more interesting place to live, communicate, sharing with others the same language in clay art.
There are a few instructors here in the states that teach how to create celtic knotwork canes. I know that Sarah Shriver is teaching a class at the Evolution of Polymer Clay event in San Diego, CA this August (2004). Also, in the past, the magazine Lapidary Journal had an article on creating a celtic knot cane...
For a tip, I would say to break down the components in your mind. Create the separate components, and then put the components together, carefully matching up the lines along the length of the canes. Have you taken any classes from Petra? She's in New Zealand...
I am very impressed with your work, especially your celtic themed items. I have a huge love of all things celtic & have been trying to incorporate this love into my polymer clay hobby. I have tried many times with simple celtic knotwork with no success and have spent hours & hours searching for tutorials etc on the internet with no luck. I was wondering if you could please give me any tips or advice on how to get my knotwork looking as good as yours.
Juliana (Sydney, Australia)
Hi, I linked to your photo gallery from PCC and must say I am very impressed by your work.
I have only been using polymers for just over 2 months now and can only hope to be this good someday.
Maybe we will get a chance to meet when I finally reloacte to the Bay area!
Take care, and keep claying!!
Lovely, lovely art works!!!!!!! I have no talent in art, and the only art that I manage to do is origami. These polymer clay art pieces look very difficult to make... but they look so beautiful!! Keep up the good work and the great fun! cheers, vera. :-)