The April meeting of the Central Mississippi Polymer Clay Guild will be on Saturday, April 20th, at 10:00 a.m. at the Pearl Library, Pearl, Mississippi. Arlene will be leading this meeting and focus will be a technique she calls watercolor mokume gane. We will be using alcohol inks, gold leaf and translucent clay to create a beautiful surface treatment that is magical!
Translucent clay – at least two small bars – either translucent or white translucent
Black – one small bar
White – one small bar
Gold – one small bar
Scrap clay – at least 3 blocks worth
Base color(s) of your choice – at least 2 different colors
Normal clay supplies including tissue blade and pasta machine
A new (very sharp) tissue blade with be important to get good results
Work surface (smooth 12 inch ceramic tiles work well)
Alcohol inks – at least 3 colors that go well together
Small cutters (circles, squares, diamonds, etc.
Any other shapes you want to impress your clay with
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