Tuto Polymer Clay : Cane Péruvienne.

Tuto Polymer Clay : Cane Péruvienne.


Peruvian cane Dig into your scrap clay (or not) to find enough clay to form 5 to 8 small little jelly roll canes to form the final cane. You’ll have to associate for example, a light blue with a dark bleu, a light green with a dark green, a brown with a beige etc,, Regarding the quantity, I’ll rate about 15 grs for each chosen color. So make a skinner blend, the goal is to make a linear blend and not a circular one. When your blend is ready, roll through the pasta machine on thinnest setting Then make your linear blend,,, After that, you’ll have to tighten a bit your cane to form a rectangle whose dimensions are about 2 cm by 3 cm, thickness of about 1cm, Then each blended cane will be wrapped with black, white or another color choosen through the previously selected colors, For the wrapping of the cane, roll your clay through your pasta machine, on medium/thin setting (#4 on Imperia for example) Once your canes are “wrapped”, you will have to stretch each cane, the goal being to obtain a band of 2 to 3 cm max. Once you judge that it can pass through the MAP without widening beyond 3 cm, do it. # setting 1 On the edge, you should see the blend, wrapped with a thin layer of clay Now, we’ll make a very simple small circular cane that we’ll roll and stretch and cut into very small and thin strings For that, some grams of clay are enough (here, for example, white); we make a circular cane (diameter 1 cm max) then wrap it with blue, blue that was previously rolled through the Pasta Machine # setting 5 or 6, This cane is then rolled and stretched very thin and cut into logs of 3 to 4 cm, We’ll make several circular canes like that in different shades, We take our rectangular blended stripes, which we cut into stacks of about 5 cm. We can, from this point, form the final cane with the different elements already prepared. However n this video, I refined a bit each piece of blended stripes by rolling them through the Pasta Machine at # setting 4 Now you can definitely form your cane with the various elements prepared, randomly, let your fantasy bloom ! With the quantities of clay I mentionned here, you can easily form 2 different canes.

24 thoughts on “Tuto Polymer Clay : Cane Péruvienne.

  1. trop cool, merciiiii Hélène … ce qui est drôle, c'est que le WE dernier j'ai fait cette fameuse cane vermicelle que j'avais imprimé depuis des lustres … c'est super beau ! merci de ta générosité, des bisous

  2. Merci pour ce partage comme d'habitude toujours très créative. ..👍👍
    Ho!! Tu parles sympa….ça change. …👍👍merci

  3. This is the most beautiful cane! You can't do anything wrong!
    I have 1 question because I don't speak your language. On you long strips after you wrapped them in another color. How thin did you make them? I'm beside myself with excitement to try this! Talk about inspiration!
    Thank you for sharing!

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