Image transfers on polymer clay with Laurie Mika

Learn how to make image transfers on polymer clay!

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Mixed-Media Techniques

11 thoughts on “Image transfers on polymer clay with Laurie Mika

  1. i just luv this tutorial – so easy to follow, to the point and great visual. tried doing this last night using a print from my ink jet printer and it worked out very nicely. if using a portrait as in the tutorial, i can see that a laser printer would be better but i am so happy to have this technique that will be very useful in my work. thank you!

  2. i just luv this tutorial – so easy to follow, to the point and great visual. tried doing this last night using a print from my ink jet printer and it worked out very nicely. if using a portrait as in the tutorial, i can see that a laser printer would be better but i am so happy to have this technique that will be very useful in my work. thank you!

  3. Kathryn McCluskey – I would think the only time the image needs to be reversed is if you are using words or letters. Usually if you are just using a photo, flipping the image isn’t necessary. Yes, it will be backwards from your original image, but that shouldn’t matter. Like I said, it’s important only when letters or words are involved. 🙂

  4. I tried the prebaking the Clay in the past and wasn’t thrilled about the results.  This technique looks much easier and the results look awesome.  Can’t wait to try it, thanks for the great video

  5. I tried the prebaking the Clay in the past and wasn’t thrilled about the results.  This technique looks much easier and the results look awesome.  Can’t wait to try it, thanks for the great video

  6. I tried the prebaking the Clay in the past and wasn’t thrilled about the results.  This technique looks much easier and the results look awesome.  Can’t wait to try it, thanks for the great video

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