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If you used my tutorial coloring, I'd love seeing all your creations :heart:

Also, Feel free to ask me, if you have any questions :rose:
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ArtsyAnndrea's avatar
ArtsyAnndrea|Student General Artist
Please continue to make amazing tutorials!!!!!!
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MonikaZagrobelna|Hobbyist Digital Artist
ha, I 've got to try this next time :)
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Talty| Artisan Crafter
Hello! I wanted to let you know that I cited your tutorial in the article Introduction to Polymer Clay written for Project Educate because I believe it's one of the best resources available in DA. Thank you so much for your generosity in making tutorials and inspiring others :heart:
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SpookyGhostie|Hobbyist Digital Artist
this is polymer clay right?? :D
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ChocoAng3l's avatar
Yea it is n_____n
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SpookyGhostie|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ahhhh :) okay. Thanks!
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Sarra2|Student Interface Designer
can i apply the same method on normal water colors? :3
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ChocoAng3l's avatar
I think it will be the same for water color but you don't have to apply too much water as water colors will be very light in general ^^
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Sarra2|Student Interface Designer
yea, i already tried until i got it right >u<
thank you :3
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Tsuki-Mitsu|Hobbyist General Artist
was this after baking????
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ChocoAng3l's avatar
Yea, it is afer baking :)
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Tsuki-Mitsu|Hobbyist General Artist
ah, thanks!!!
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spyro17689|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you for the tutorial! You've saved my key chains! :hug:
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ChocoAng3l's avatar
I am happy for that :hug: ..
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moofestgirl|Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I was wondering if you could use paint thinner instead of water? Would it work better?

Asking cuz I found a random jar of paint thinner.... xp
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You are welcome always to ask. Well, paint thinners are made of oil and can be only used with oil paintings, while Acrylics are water based colors and they will only dissolve in water or water based substitutes. Those paint thinners can't be used with acrylics in any way, not on polymer clay or even in paintings :) ..
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moofestgirl|Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Ahh, okay. Thanks!~ ^^
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Krazypinay|Hobbyist Digital Artist
thanks for sharing this. this will help me a lot.Ü
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ChocoAng3l's avatar
I am glad to hear that :love:
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xxrandomxoxloserxx's avatar
Omg this helps so much! That explains why all my charms and stuff come out with so many lines when I paint them... I thought I was just a bad painter ^^ Thank you! :D
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^^ Best of luck goes to you :love:
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Auffallend|Hobbyist General Artist
you can also achieve the same smootheness through super soft brushes and multipul layers of paint. it is how i do it and i never get streaks.
some soft brushes can be just as simple as those rainbow rosart brushes at wal-mart for like 3 bucks
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ChocoAng3l's avatar
Thanks for sharing this tip
i still prefer 1 layer thing .. it is easier
and to be honest... now i just color my clay with colors
perviously to bake it ... so no need to paint any more =D
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Auffallend|Hobbyist General Artist
lol, well that works too =)
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