Try using an Enjo cloth to polish up after sanding. I use this instead of denim or towel. You will find it gives a nice sheen to your pieces. You will still need to use a dremel or other polishing tool to get that extra special finish,but I find my trusty old Enjo cloth serves me well for other projects. (forget about using it to clean!!!)
Wendy is in Australia again and conducted this class at Sydney's Flourish Arts in Birchgrove on the weekend. It was alot of fun and she is a fabulous, generous and patient teacher. The glass beads were strung by the women in Nepal that Wendy teaches and I am very thankful to them for their time in doing this for us! The work of these women is available for sale at Flourish Arts Gallery in Birchgrove along with Wendy's pieces. Her work is infectiously bright and happy! ( I have named her the Queen of Happy polymer) I was inspired by Wendy's work some years ago ,as it was so different from so many other artists and the colours she uses and her style gave me a whole new way to look at polymer. Wendy is teaching again at Flourish Arts on the weekend of 23rd and 24th July and is teaching in her home town of Broken Hill. She is in the process of setting up her online presence, please let me know if you would like to do a class with Wendy and I can pass on the information to her,you wont be disappointed!
Hello, I am a mother,wife and polymer caly artist.I also work with young people at risk in Sydney.
Thankyou to all the artists who have shared their skills wih me over the years. I will always be so grateful for your generosity.