Saturday, June 30, 2007

Change of Plans

Well, I tried to make a huge leap by leaving my scientific job and becoming a full-time artist. Unfortunately, family circumstances force me to make a sharp turn right in the middle of this leap. Not only do I have to stay at my job, but I will also have to significantly cut my polymer clay-related activities.

I will continue maintaining my web site and will add new items and tutorials when I have a chance, although it will not be happening with the frequency I was anticipating.

To make this message less disappointing, here is picture of my new set of fairy faux cloisonné beads, “The Violet Moon”. The cylindrical beads in this set were the fist non-flat faux cloisonné beads I made. They were very tricky to make since the glaze I am using to create the glass-like surface takes a few hours to dry, and the only way to distribute it evenly around the bead is to keep rotating the bead until the glaze is set.


4 comments:

Polka Dot Creations said...

Aw, that must be a disappointment for you. I hope things turn around and you can follow your dream soon!

Eugena said...

Thank you, Lisa! I hope so too...

Jeanne Rhea said...

So sorry to hear you can't pursue your dream now. Best wishes and we will be waiting for you when the time is right.

Jeanne Rhea said...

Forgot to mention---the round beads are wonderful! I know how hard it is to try to keep the resin finishes on a round surface, so do you think Polyglaze is easier since it dries faster?

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