Polymer clay

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Polymer clay is a sculptable material based on the polymer polyvinyl chloride (PVC). It usually contains no clay minerals, and is only called "clay" because its texture and working properties resemble those of mineral clay. It is sold in craft, hobby, and art stores, and is used by artists, hobbyists, and children.

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Polymer clay

  1. 1. Polimer clay
  2. 29. Polymer clay can be used in many ways, a number of which have been generalized from other art or craft techniques. Uses for polymer clay include: Sculpting . Hand-shaped items can be any size from "miniatures" to quite large. Bas relief can also be created; clay clothing and accessories can be made for sculpted figures. Creating beads and jewelry of all kinds , such as pendants, earrings, barrettes, and buttons. Covering items made from materials such as glass, metal, cardboard, terra cotta, and some plastics. Popular items for covering include pens, eggshells, votive candle-holders, and switch-plates. Larger items, such as tables, can also be veneered. Creating vessels large and small. Jars, boxes, bowls, and container pendants can be created freestanding, or over permanent or removable armatures . Creating simulations or fauxs of many natural and fabricated materials such as jade, turquoise, marble, granite, metal, ivory, wood, leather, stained glass , mosaic , and cloisonne . Onlaying clay with other materials to create collages. Creating paintings with polymer pastes, and bas reliefs. Creating practical utility items, such as frames, games and game pieces, dioramas, toys, mini-books, notebook covers, greeting cards, and postcards .
  3. 30. Have a nice day ARIATTA

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