Sugar Granite



  I am a Polymer Clay Artist.

  The examples are polymer clay and the description of techniques

are common terms used in working with polymer clay.

  The silicon texture sheets do not need a release agent when used 

with polymer clay. The soft edges are wonderful for impressing

smaller areas or working repeats.

 Sugar Granite is the first texture that I wanted to capture ! 

I love it’s jagged crystalline surface.

Here it is on plain clay, it’s great !!!!




It mica shifts (ghost image) well.

It  works exceptionally well  for mokume gane techniques 

on polymer clay.

O.K., I couldn’t control my self.

It also makes a great fake granite.

 This large cuff has a 'Sculpy Ultralight' core, and the granite veneer. 

It is lighter than paper mache. My friends call it ‘The Wilma’



Here it is on a pen. The textured pens feel great.

I cover the pen kit tubes with polymer clay, insert a dowel in the tube, and roll the tube across the texture sheet. 

This same technique can be used for beads. Cover a baked base with raw clay, insert a wire through the bead and roll across the texture sheet.

Here is a tiny vessel. This was my donation to the Sandy Camp 2007 raffle.

It has the granite with an inlay of the liquid Kato enamel technique.



Texture Sheet examples: Growth Ring  Open Weave Basket  Sugar Granite  Weathered Wood   Dark Side Wood  Tiny Cracked Growth Ring  Kit-Kit-Dizze Fine Lauhala Crumpled Foil  Shingle Cracked Growth Ring Desert Sandstone Green Sea Urchin  Lava Rock Grass Cloth River Sand Wood Block One  Wood Block Two  Wood Block Three Wood Block Four Wood Block Five Wood Block Six




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