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Lisa Renner- By the Sea Faux Ivory Book - mixed media and polymer clay Part of PCA 2020

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Lisa Renner- By the Sea Faux Ivory Book - mixed media and polymer clay Part of PCA 2020

$75
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Create this beautiful book using polymer clay and mixed media techniques.

Everything you need is included in this download- including video links, material lists, and a downloadable booklet of images to use.

Lisa is a born Texan and lives north of Dallas. She works full time a surgical coordinator for a periodontist, where she’s been employed for 29 years. When not working she loves spending time with her family which includes two beautiful grandchildren, and as much time as possible in her studio designing new workshops and creating art. 

Want to get this workshop AND 24 others for just $120? Follow the link to Polymer Clay Adventure! OR just enjoy Lisa's workshop. Price increases Sept 1. 

 “By The Sea” Faux Ivory Polymer Clay Book

By Lisa Renner

In my “By The Sea” workshop you will learn to make a beautiful Coptic-bound book using polymer clay for the covers with a veneer of Faux-Ivory. We all know the imitative properties of polymer clay and the look of faux ivory lends itself perfectly to this medium. The process is simple and can be adjusted to resemble not only ivory, but also bone or wood. Image-transfer techniques will be shown so that you can place imagery on the covers if you desire. I will be using imagery of sea shells in this video. A scrimshaw effect is quite the complement to the theme and easily achieved through mark-making and embedding small bits of sliced cane, seed beads and wire.

Other techniques learned in this class include antiquing, constructing a couple of basic canes, and Coptic stitch book binding. Approximate book size is 4 ½ x 6” which is great for carrying with you to use for note-taking in workshops, or as a personal sketchbook or journal. I am honored that one of my book samples is part of the permanent Scrimshaw exhibit at the Mystic Seaport Museum in Mystic, Connecticut.

Techniques learned:

Simple technique to make a faux ivory veneer using polymer clay

Constructing a couple of basic canes

Image transfer on polymer clay using two methods

Coptic stitch book binding

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