Tuesday, 17 March 2009

Ocean Currents

Just had to show you my latest pendant.

This technique is called mokume gane. There are many different ways of doing MG, but this particular technique was shared with me by the wonderful Linda of NK Designs, please check out her blog, the link is on the right in the list of my favourite blogs.

She sent me the tutorial last night, and I couldn't wait to have a go at it. I am so happy with the way this turned out and of course it is in my favourite shades of teal and green. Mind you I did do some pink ones as well! I will post those on flickr later today I hope.

So just a huge thank you to Linda - what a great artist and a great friend. Please check out the link and have a look at hers, they are amazing!

9 comments:

Nicola said...

Another gorgeous pendant :)
I'd adore to learn this technique for my silver clay infils, the "ice cream swirls" are fabulous!
Nic x

Pips said...

Thanks Nic! It is a wonderful technique - really fun to do, and the results are always different!

Liz (made in lowell) said...

Absolutely gorgeous! I don't think there's anything in poly clay you can't master :)

Pips said...

Aww Liz - you say the nicest things! It is all down to Linda's fab Tutorial though - nothing to do with me!

Linda Riopel said...

So you just had to go and make it in our favorite color. YIKES that's gorgeous my friend. Have some in purple (my real favorite color baking now). Will post when done. You did a great job! It's outstanding A++++++++. How much fun is this?

Pips said...

It is the best fun! Thank you so much Linda, and of course I did it in our favourite colour - have got some pink ones too though!!

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Toni said...

You know I LOVE hearts!! This one is Gorgeous!!!! Its got such depth and sparkle. Love it, great job
Toni www.toninz.etsy.com

Pips said...

Thank you so much Toni! Yes, hearts are such a favourite of mine too! And so many different colour combinations still waiting to be tried!!