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From: DocSarah DelphiPlus Member Icon10/24/04 6:45 AM 
To: Marcella (MarcellaB2)  (71 of 119) 
 35621.71 in reply to 35621.70 

Barbara McGuire's book is one of my favorites.

 
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From: DocSarah DelphiPlus Member Icon10/24/04 6:46 AM 
To: Marcella (MarcellaB2)  (72 of 119) 
 35621.72 in reply to 35621.59 
Plastic shower cap:  brilliant!
 

 
From: DocSarah DelphiPlus Member Icon10/24/04 6:49 AM 
To: muured  (73 of 119) 
 35621.73 in reply to 35621.69 

<s> keeping ruined pieces. 

I love my first clumsy pieces with their poor little deformed shapes in clashing colors with  parts broken off (did I mention fingerprints?)  It is nice to see I can do better now.

 

 
From: Dawn's D-zyns (DN537) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host10/24/04 7:21 AM 
To: Rickie Beth (pcyourway1) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (74 of 119) 
 35621.74 in reply to 35621.66 

Yup you're right!  Good clay makes a difference. When I started using Premo . . .that was it!  It really improved things.  Dawn:)

please click logo to see my other work!
please click logo to see my auctions!
 

 
From: Marcella (MarcellaB2)10/24/04 7:50 AM 
To: DocSarah DelphiPlus Member Icon  (75 of 119) 
 35621.75 in reply to 35621.72 
I think you and I are on the exact same frequency this weekend, lol!
 

 
From: JaYZor10/24/04 9:05 AM 
To: DocSarah DelphiPlus Member Icon  (76 of 119) 
 35621.76 in reply to 35621.1 

1.  When I slowed down and actually started to do something about the imperfections in my work. 

2.  When I gave myself permission to throw stuff away.

3.  When I began studying artwork created in other mediums.

4.  And many thanks should go to others: Teachers, co-workers, fellow PC people and my friends. 

 

jayne

 

 

 
From: Esteban232310/24/04 10:24 AM 
To: JaYZor  (77 of 119) 
 35621.77 in reply to 35621.76 
I agree with you, Stephen, I think this would make a great link on the webpage.

Another thing I thougt of while reading these posts is, my work improved whenever I would make something I thought was good enough to share and my claying partner/friend/and or other guild members would challenge me with...

"That's nice, what's next?"

steve

with no fancy logo or webpage link....

 

 
From: Donna (_rainbowrave)10/24/04 10:35 AM 
To: Marcella (MarcellaB2)  (78 of 119) 
 35621.78 in reply to 35621.59 
That IS Brilliant!! I was thinking toaster cover, but a shower cap is just perfect!!
 

 
From: deb (catzen39)10/24/04 4:30 PM 
To: Parymdk DelphiPlus Member Icon  (79 of 119) 
 35621.79 in reply to 35621.7 
clarify? a rock tumbler? for clay beads? hmmmm.......

 

 
From: Parymdk DelphiPlus Member Icon10/24/04 9:45 PM 
To: deb (catzen39) unread  (80 of 119) 
 35621.80 in reply to 35621.79 
yeah...I use my lortone to tumble my beads if I have a ton of them. I put the sand paper squares I made (two pieces glued back to back and then cut into squares) the beads (usually swirlies) water and a splurt of soap and turn on the tumbler and forget it for a day or twoo. By then all I need to do is a finish sanding from 1000 grit to 2000 grit, buff and they are done
 

 
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