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As other reviewers have said, this e book will save you a lot of heartache. I'm very new to claying so I thought pigments, mica & powders all worked the same way. I was so grateful to learn the different ways they work and adhere to the clay, as I would have made some big mistakes after working so hard. I really liked the recommendations of quality products on the market as it can be very confusing. This has given me a lot more confidence and I will keep is as a reference to help me as I learn more. Thanks Ginger, your writing is so relatable & comforting giving the average person confidence to get in a have a go. [Referring to the Guide to Powders.]
Been having such fun today! It is now after 2 a.m., I've been in a bubble of creative bliss and time got away from me, again. Same thing happened with the Faux Glass Tutorial a few months ago. This time I got some supplies and used them to try some of the techniques in the Organic Beads Tutorial, and Rustic Beads Tutorial. Your tutorials are just great; clear verbal instructions and photos for each step, so helpful for a visual learner like me. Thanks for all the info at Blue Bottle Tree and in your tutorials. They have so advanced my creative journey in this medium.
I just finished reading "Polymer Clay Essentials". I have been working in polymer clay for years, but I found new information and had myths dissolved. The clear and succinct writing style makes it easy to read and understand. The way it is organized will also make it easy to refer to some helpful tip. I plan to use this ebook as a reference for better claying in the future. I highly recommend this eBook to anyone working in polymer clay.