Not even funny, I made this a year ago, and then something formatting or what not was wrong and I couldn't upload it... I totally didn't forget about it >.< Finally got off my butt and copied it all over yesterday, so here it is! originally requested it, and gave me the reminder that the tutorial still sat undone
2. The blending technique I used is known as a Skinner blend. It's very useful.
3. The eyepins are for if you want to turn the avocado slices into charms for jewelry.
4. The square at the very beginning is about 3" x 3" (about 8cm by 8cm)
Also, if you're really into polymer clay, even just as a hobby like me, a clay conditioning/pasta rolling machine is definitely worth the purchase. I caught mine at JoAnn's on sale for $10 (JoAnn's will publish 50% off one item/total purchase coupons every once in a while, so if you're wanting to buy a clay machine, keep your eyes open for these coupons). It's Sculpey brand, specifically for clay, and that's all I use it for. I think that you'd be able to use a pasta machine, too, but I wouldn't use the same one for food as well. It's useful for this blending technique as well as softening/conditioning old/hard clay, and rolling out large sheets for clay projects.