Polymer Clay Millefiori Cane Tutorial – Animal Print Canes
In this tutorial we will cover 7 different polymer clay millefiori animal print/skin canes, with clear and detailed instructions, 20 pages and about 60 full-color pictures to guide you through.
This tutorial includes instructions for creating a variety of animal pattern skin millefiori techniques.
The millefiori canes demonstrated in this class are only a bit in an endless ocean of possibilities – create fantasy coloured animal print canes or realistic!
The tutorial is not intended for a final project, you can be your own designer by combining these colorful canes in your own work – necklaces, bracelets, pendants etc.
Included – A 20 pages PDF file.
Table of content covered:
– Tools & materials
– Giraffe Cane
– Tiger Cane
– Leopard Cane & white leopard
– Zebra Cane – version 1
– Zebra Cane – version 2
– Cow cane & Dalmatian cane
– Snake Skin Cane
Level – Beginner and above
Pre-requisites – Some previous experience with skinner blends polymer clay is helpful.
If you are interested in fun new ideas on how to use your millefiori canes, check the “The Complete Millefiori Final Products Tutorials – 12 Projects, 3 Videos” available in this link.
This tutorial is a part of a 10 basic millefiori cane set offered for a special price plus a CD sent to your home address. For more details press here.Please note – all rights reserved to Iris Mishly. It is prohibited to make commercial use of the tutorial and/or it’s content. This Tutorial is for your personal use only – Please do not distribute or share it in any way.
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