Trust the Process
Polymer clay is shaped by hand. Foil and wire armatures are used to support larger pieces, like figurines.
Polymer clay is cured by baking in a convection oven. Larger pieces may be bakes several times throughout the process.
Each piece is detailed with acrylic paint. A wooden base is also custom painted to fix the figurine onto for stability.
The cured clay piece is varnished with water-based polyurethane to add shine and durability.
Wet clay is thrown on a pottery wheel or shaped by hand into the object it is meant to be. It is then set out to air dry.
The piece is trimmed and sanded. It is then further dried and fired in the kiln to remove remaining moisture.
Bisqued pieces are glazed to add color and detail. A clear glaze is also added for gloss and protection.
The glazed piece is fired in the kiln to set the glaze and create stability in the clay. This creates the final piece!