Powdered Pigment Techniques: Do you have a jar of powdered pigments, like Pearl Ex or Perfect Pearls, but don't know what to do with it? You are in for a treat because there is so much possibility in that jar! This eArticle looks at both pigments that include a binder (like Perfect Pearls or Lindy's Stamp Gang's Mica Powders) and those without (like Pearl Ex or Luminarte's Primary Elements.) Updated 2/8/16
Printing with Gelli Arts: Rather than using traditional watercolors (although they work beautifully)—I'm experimenting with some incredible pigment powders from Lindy's Stamp Gang, called 'Magicals'. They're named so perfectly—these pigments contain mica, so they sparkle and shine! For watercolor effects, simply add water and mix the desired intensity of each color. The pale powders morph into rich, metallic colors when water is added. Magic! And perfect for adding pizzazz to a print!
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In this tutorial, I’ll walk you through the process of creating a ripple blade cane with polymer clay, foil, paints, and pigment powders. Materials used: Polymer clay/pasta machine Acrylic roller Premo Clay 8 Ounces-Translucent Premo Sculpey Polymer Clay 2 Ounces-Silver Pearl and metallic acrylic paints Silver leaf Sculpey Super Slicer Kemper Klay Kutters Circle Set… Continue reading Polymer Clay Cane with Ripple Blade Tutorial
Glow in the dark live edge cedar coffee table top coated with Rust-Oleum Parks Super Glaze bar top coating. I filled the cracks with blue phosphorescent Glow pigment/powder. I used 2 boxes of the Super Glaze epoxy resin but one 6oz bottle of the blue glow powder goes a long way. Glow Pigment: http://amzn.to/1XnSK0N Bar top Coating: http://amzn.to/1TSBAaj