So I was browsing youtube and I found these tutorial videos for Sukerukun clay. These videos have great tips and I finally know how to pronounce sukerukun woo hoo. Its in japanese but it has english subtitles. There are 3 videos for beginners, intermediate and advanced
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Today I will share with you my experiment to determine how waterproof is lumina clay.
I always do a waterproof test out all the clays I use before I make jewelry. I want to make sure all my products are made out of materials that will not have a reaction that will ruin my customers clothes. Of course there are always unforseen circumstances but for 99% of the normal occurances I like to be sure everything will be okay with my creations.
So since I used ink, acrylic paint and oil paint to tint lumina I needed to make sure these items are really waterproof and the pigments wont leak out of the clay if they get wet. So I decided to do a 5 day test to see what would happen.
I took several pieces of tinted clay and I put them in a ziplock bag filled with water. Below is a picture of the pieces of clay before I put them in water
In this lumina tutorial I will share some of my lumina tips and tricks that I’ve noticed when working with this clay.
Tip 1: Lumina Clay works really well in molds and the details of a mold even fine details press in really easily.
Here is a picture of some candies I made from a mold