beach, landscape, painting, polymer clay, river, shadow, sisters beach, Tasmania, trees, Virtual Paintout
Despite my best intentions, I have only finished my virtual paintout picture on the last day of the month (again). This month it’s Tasmania.
The Crazier Sister said:
Thank you for sharing your art. I’m consistently amazed at how poly-clay can be used. Also, thank you for sharing the site. I’ve wanted to get back into my art and this may just be the kick-start I need.
Wonderful! I love this! What sort of trees are they?
Not sure what the trees are – I think they are some sort of conifer.
Wow! That’s an impressive polymer painting!
Marlene Brady said:
Congratulations on being featured on Polymer Clay Daily! -Marlene
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Monique U said:
Beautiful as always, Cate! Congrats on the PCD appearance (’bout time!)
Patrice Pfeiffer said:
love this! I want to paint with polymer too! how to get started? I’ve been looking for a tutorial but can’t find one.
I haven’t really been able to find many tutorials either. I have I link for some tips, and a mandala tutorial that has a nice painterly background. http://www.flickr.com/groups/polymerclaypainting/discuss/72157630435923836/
Good luck! If you do find any please let me know 🙂
I grew up playing at Sister’s Beach. I recognised it straight away! Fantastic.
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