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eBook Polymer Claywork (New Crafts) ePub

by Mary Maguire

  • ISBN: 1859672981
  • Category: Crafts and Hobbies
  • Subcategory: Hobby
  • Author: Mary Maguire
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Anness (June 1, 1998)
  • Pages: 96
  • ePub book: 1546 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1822 kb
  • Other: txt docx lit mbr
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 496

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This new addition to my library is a real winner.

The wonderful molding and modeling qualities of polymer clay celebrated inspirational designs and practical projects. This new addition to my library is a real winner. and the experienced alike. It's range of projects from bronzed jewelry to an awesome magnetic theater lend instructions which can be applied to the clay enthusiasts imagination for other projects.

Polymer Claywork (New Crafts) Hardcover – June 1, 1998. by Mary Maguire (Author). The projects in this book are more of a modern artistic way to use polymer clay. I really enjoyed reading about the history of "clay". I find the projects interesting and different

Polymer Claywork (New Crafts) Hardcover – June 1, 1998. Hardcover, June 1, 1998. I find the projects interesting and different. I do plan to make the Cactus Candleabra though.

Mary Maguire studied Fine Art and Textiles at Goldsmith's College . Since then she has continued to develop and exhibit her work in various different media.

Mary Maguire studied Fine Art and Textiles at Goldsmith's College, London, and gained an MA at the Royal College of Art in Metalwork and Jewellery. Mary has written widely on crafts, including many titles in the Craft Workshop series.

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Polymer Claywork (New Crafts). ISBN 9781859672983 (978-1-85967-298-3) Hardcover, Anness, 1998. Find signed collectible books: 'Polymer Claywork (New Crafts)'. Coauthors & Alternates.

New Crafts: Polymer Claywork . Since then she has continued to develop and exhibit her work in various different media, and has written several craft books.

Polymer Clay Crafts & Hobbies Books. The wonderful qualities of polymer clay in inspirational designs and practical projects, and 300 photographs. New Crafts: Polymer Claywork : 25 Creative Projects Shown Step by Step. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect.

Polymer Clay Web Home Resources Books Polymer Claywork. The book begins with a short history of polymer clay and a gallery of artwork

Polymer Clay Web Home Resources Books Polymer Claywork. Polymer Claywork By Mary Maguire 1996 ISBN: 1-85967-298-1 96 pages. This project book contains 25 bright, colorful projects. The book begins with a short history of polymer clay and a gallery of artwork. Following a brief introduction to polymer clay-related materials and equipment and a six-page section on basic techniques, the projects begin.

Mary Maguire studied Fine Art and Textiles at Goldsmith's College, London .

Mary Maguire studied Fine Art and Textiles at Goldsmith's College, London, and gained an MA at the Royal College of Art in Metal work and Jewellery. Mary has written widely on crafts, including Wirework, Polymer Clay, Shells and Sticks and Stones for Lorenz. Country of Publication.

The wonderful molding and modeling qualities of polymer clay celebrated inspirational designs and practical projects.

Comments

Rocky Basilisk Rocky Basilisk
Polymer Claywork is a project-based book, but what is most interesting about it is its front matter. The projects themselves range from fun to a bit dull.
The book includes both a section I've not seen in another PC book - a short history of PC - and a lovely gallery. The history was fascinating for me, since I'm rather new to PC, and answered one of my long-standing questions (what does Fimo mean?). And the gallery was, sadly, too short, but inclusive and inspiring. Those two items alone were worth the lower-end price of the book.
The projects themselves, while attractive, don't always include new techniques or new ideas. They range from extremely basic to somewhat complex. Most of them are of the home decorating or knickknack variety, with a few basic jewelry or bead ideas. One interesting facet of these lessons is the mixed-media aspect; there's rather more of this in Polymer Claywork than in most books - projects like tassels and hand mirrors, for example, with both PC and non-PC components (other than findings).
This book is hardcover and stitch-bound, which is really nice. I haven't had it very long, but I suspect it will hold up to standard use better than many of the PC books available. It's also attractively priced; many of the softcover project-based PC books are more than this one.
A nice, attractive book, and one I'm happy to have, though perhaps not essential in a PC library.
Vudogal Vudogal
The projects in this book are more of a modern artistic
way to use polymer clay.
I really enjoyed reading about the history of "clay".
I find the projects interesting and different.
I do plan to make the Cactus Candleabra though. It
intrigues me.
We have an art district in my area..I plan to make it and
place it in one of the stores. I think it would fit right in.
Marirne Marirne
A lot of the projects in this book are very different. It doesnt go into great detail in describing how to make the project. I wouldn't recommend the book for beginners.
MrRipper MrRipper
This new addition to my library is a real winner. It's colorful pictures, step-by-step instructions, and inspiring ideas really inspire the new polymer clay artist...and the experienced alike. It's range of projects from bronzed jewelry to an awesome magnetic theater lend instructions which can be applied to the clay enthusiasts imagination for other projects. A real keeper!