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The Premo Spring 2015 color recipes are here! If you are looking to get a head start on your Spring polymer clay designs or just need some new colors to kick your creativity into high gear, these beautiful Spring colors should do the trick. As always you can find the Premo Spring 2015 Color Recipe Ebook right here on my website or in my Etsy shop.
Perspective: a particular attitude toward or way of regarding something; a point of view.
Polymer clay often gets a bad rap for being a plastic material, but it’s all about perspective.
While flipping through a recent issue of Fast Company Magazine I came across a quote that hit close to my polymer clay heart. Ok, I may not have even read it, if not for the clear sofa photo that caught my eye.
Image from Fast Company Magazine. Designed by French designer Philippe Starck and made by Kartell.
Here’s the quote…
“I have always loved to work with plastic, as it is a reflection of human intelligence. Men have not created stone or wood, but plastic is the result of human creativity.” – Philippe Starck
“plastic is the result of human creativity”
So, polymer clay artists are not only being creative, but they are being creative with a material that is the result of human creativity. How is that for a new perspective?
I dug out my FIMO Professional polymer clay the other day to mix up some color recipes for the upcoming Stars Issue of From Polymer To Art magazine and thought I would share a little update.
I had posted a quickie review of FIMO Professional back in June, which you can read here and here. My biggest concern was that the softness of the clay was going to turn a lot of FIMO Classic users off.
I’ve since read that FIMO did not change the formula, it’s the same formula as the old FIMO Classic. The softness is apparently due to it being so fresh. And guess what? When I opened up the previously opened packages and started running it through my pasta machine, I did notice that it was getting firmer and had a little bit of that dry/crumbly texture of my older FIMO Classic.
So, for those of you who love the FIMO Classic, you will be happy to hear that given time, the new FIMO Professional will eventually end up with the texture and consistency that you are used to.