In this Mokume Gane tutorial I'll be showing you how to create a wood grain effect using gilders paste. It's a really simple and fun polymer clay technique and it yields stunning results.
It's a fun technique that
I’ve been playing around with for a little while now. In this tutorial I’ll just be using my fingers to
manipulate the clay, but a stamp would give a completely different effect. The result will vary depending on how you manipulate the layers.
around with this technique and see what results you can get. Who knew gilders
paste and Mokume Gane could look so good?
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