Experimenting with Mokume Gane Effects in Polymer Clay Video

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polymer clay mokume gane experiments tutorial video magicbyleahMy mokume gane addiction continues…

I made a number of jewelry pieces with the mokume gane created in my last tutorial video. As I cut and shaped I noticed that I really liked some of the patterns that showed up.

But their appearance seemed rather random.

So in this video I set out to experiment with the effects of layer thickness and tool size and proximity.

The purpose of this video was to get a better understanding of how different preparation aspects impact the final mokume gane pattern. This will allow me to purposely reproduce what I like and minimize waste of potentially beautiful patterns.

I challenge YOU to run your own experiments. And be sure to tag @Magicbyleah when sharing on Instagram and Facebook.

Tools and supplies are listed below this video

(Click HERE to watch this video on YouTube. For transcript click the closed captions CC icon at the bottom right of the video)

Tools and supplies to follow along:

You can pick these up at your local craft store, or purchase using my amazon affiliate links below. (If you go through my links I earn a small commission at no extra cost to you)

Links Mentioned In the Video:

This video references my first 2 mokume gane tutorial videos

Questions on this video/technique?

Let me know by leaving a comment below

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  1. Kavin says

    I just can control myself to make all these things,but the materials required are not available near my place.Its like most of these sellers dont know what all this means,so basically i am not able to make these. But yeah,your art skills are really good!

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