Today I'll be creating a mokume gane polymer clay crackle veneer using plain printing paper to dry out the clay. It's a soft, subtle effect that's easy to create and use across any project. Try different colors and thin out the layers for a different effect.
Today I'll be creating a mokume gane polymer clay crackle veneer using a heatgun. This is a fun, subtle technique that can be used in a wide range of projects. Try different colors and different thicknesses throughout the mokume gane layers for a different effect each time.
Today I'll be creating a polymer clay crackle veneer using just swellegant and polymer clay. It's easy as long as you follow the tips I include in the tutorial. You can also do the same thing if you patina the swellegant.
Today I'll be creating a polymer clay crackle veneer with kroma crackle and I'll go into details regarding how to achieve color and how varnish and resin will affect the finished result. The tests are quite interesting.
Today I'll be creating a polymer clay crackle veneer using a cheat crackle cane we made in day 15. Keep in mind you can use any cane for this technique ranging from the simplest bulls eye to a complex flower cane.
Today I'll be creating another cheat polymer clay crackle; this time a metal leaf mokume gane. This is a fun technique and although I use a crackle texture in the video, you can use any texture you want with the mokume gane.
Today I'll be using a heatgun on some gold polymer clay to create a beautiful, rustic polymer clay crackle. We'll then mess around with some paint to antique the crevasse and finally we'll give it a brush with some alcohol ink to brighten the whole thing up.
Today I'll be using Viva Decor Artline Crackling Colour White to create a beautiful polymer clay crackle with alcohol inks. Use different alcohol inks and clay colors to achieve a different effect each time. I love the colors in this project.
Today I'll be using a Swellegant veneer to create an aged paint polymer clay crackle with Kroma Crackle. It's a wonderful effect as it looks just like weathered paint and would look stunning on the right projects.
Today I'll be using Swellegant on polymer clay to create a beautiful polymer clay crackle. There are a few conditions to create a crackle with Swellegant and that's something I'll talk about in depth in the tutorial.