In this tutorial I will show you how to obtain a realistic oyster shell mother of pearl, using Premo and Pardo clays.
There are the color recipes for both Premo and Pardo during the video, but here they are again:
Base is white pearl.
One of the most beautiful gemstones in the world. Yes, it took me a long time, I went through over 4 lbs of polymer clay with my experiments (and that's just counting the Premo!) but I finally did it. You will find it soon in the store, just a few more days. There are still some functions on the website that need to be tested thoroughly, and the main ones are the sponsorship program and the paid tutorials. We don't want any glitches to happen, do we?.
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This is one of my older videos and it's made with an older camera. I will make soon new versions of these, separately with Premo and Pardo.
Even if in this tutorial I used Premo to tint the Pardo translucent transparent,
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One of the most coveted and most expensive gemstones in the world (the best quality can cost over $10k a carat), the jade is one of the gemstones that can be quite successfully imitated using polymer clay. The most important points you must touch when trying to imitate jade, is first