For those who didn’t want to sit through the video, I thought I would share some pics of what’s included in each video tutorial.

Cobblestone Techniques – Video #1
Working with Kato clay and Swellegant Metal Coatings

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Basic Black Cobblestone
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Coloured Cobblestone
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Metallic Cobblestone
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Cracked Cobblestone
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Coloured Cobblestone Variation
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Coloured Cobblestone Component

 

Raw and Rusty Techniques – Video #2
Working with Premo and Kato clay and Swellegant Metal Coatings, Patinas and Dye-Oxides

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Raw and Rusty Veneer
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Raw and Rusty Crackle
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Raw and Rusty Crackle
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Raw and Rusty Crackle Variation
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Raw and Rusty Sticks
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Raw and Rusty Sticks

 

Decorative Veneers – Video #3
Working with Premo and Kato clay and Swellegant Metal Coatings and Patinas

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Decorative Veneer #1
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Decorative Veneer #2
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Decorative Veneer #3
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Decorative Veneer #4
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Cone beads
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Cone beads

The tutorials are in the final testing stages and I’m anticipating will be available for purchase in the next few days.  This has been an awesome journey of Swellegant discovery and I’m so excited about what this product can do on raw clay.  I hope you join me to find out for yourself.

Bye for now.

Love Deb

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6 Comments on "Swellegant Tutorials (Warning – loads of pics)"

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Erin Prais-Hintz
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I can’t wait to buy these tutorials! Your work is some of my favorite in the PC world and I have loved the techniques I have learned from you. This is what I have been pining for. In the past I had bought the entire set of Swellegant (only the dye oxides have survived) but I never could get them to work for me. So I am very much looking forward to your take on these products because I want to create with loads of textures and color and pattern and this looks wonderful!

Debbie Crothers
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Hey Erin, so good to hear from you, thanks for getting in touch. Such wonderful comments too – I’m honoured. Hey so what do you mean when you say only the dye-oxides survived – what happened to the metal coatings and patinas? Thanks again Erin. x

Sophie
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I love all the effects ! i’m discovering this Christi Friesen’s product, never heard about it before ( i’m in France ), i’ve the steampunkery book of Christi, but at that time she used mica powders. So i’m happy to discover a new interesting product and what you’ve done with is so beautiful ! i’m curious to see your tutorials. Swellegant are not available in France, so….i have to be patient ! Thanks for the other tutorials, clay veneer with lace and pastels are very interesting ! bye !

Debbie Crothers
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Hey Sophie, so good to hear from you and thanks for your comments, really nice of you honey. I’m loving my play time with Swellegant – it’s been working beautifully. Sure hope you end up getting some because it’s so very cool. Glad you liked all the other tutorials as well Sophie. xx

Donna Baratta
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Debbie,
I am SO excited to see your Swellegant tutorials. Oooo the anticipation! Those photos are simply scrumptious. I have used Swellegant on metal but not on polymer. I am eager to learn the techniques that you have developed.
Your new blog looks great. Stunning colors and crisp design really highlight your work. I can’t wait to see what you do next!
Hugs,
Donna

Debbie Crothers
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Hey Donna, sorry for the late reply honey – have only just noticed these comments. I’ve loved using the Swellegant products on clay – it’s been so much fun and there really is so much you can do with it. Thanks so much for the awesome comments on the blog – that really has made my day. Sending lots of love honey. xx

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