Sky and Clouds in Polymer with Denise Graham

Learn now to depict several types skies and clouds using polymer clay. Techniques to be Covered in Sky and Clouds: The Blended Sky, Sunrise, Sunset, Cirrus Clouds, Layered Clouds, Night Cumulonimbus and Starry Sky.
Clay Painting
All Levels

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Class Materials List

• Polymer clay in the following colors**:
     o 6 ounces White
     o 4 ounces Cobalt Blue
     o 4 oz. Ultramarine Blue
     o 2 oz. Turquoise
     o 2 oz. Fuchsia
     o 2 oz. Cadmium. Yellow
     o 1 oz. Cadmium Red
     o 2 oz. Silver
     o 2 oz. Black
     o 2 oz. Raw Sienna

• Pasta Machine
• Clay Blade - Nublade
• Sculpting Tools for example: Colour Shaper Tools
• Few Sheets of white paper
• Pencil
• Exacto Knife
• Small liner Brush
• Sculpey Diluent
• Studio Style and Detail tool or ball stylus
• Small Drill Bits for example 1/32, 3/64, 1/16
• Micro Brushes
• Mica Powders in White, Gold, Green/Yellow
• Small amount of baby oil, or mineral oil
• Few paper towels.

** The amounts of clay needed for this class will vary depending on the size of the background painting the student chooses to make.

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Denise Graham

Denise Graham

For an artist of any study their craft evolves through a lifetime, creating a seamless story of artistic journey and change. Denise Graham’s story is no different. Denise appreciated the quiet complexity of nature and the richness of family ties. However, a yearning to see the world bubbled in her heart. So a traveling she did go, gathering experience and information to draw upon for her art. Early on, Denise’s chosen medium was watercolor. Living through a dual experience of watercolor art and memory she would recreate scenery and memories of her travels. As time progressed Denise...
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Excellent Review by Constance
thorough, well documented tutorial with an added bonus of printable templates. Truly, workmanship to inspire and coach even a beginner.
(Posted on 6/17/17)

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