Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Any suggestions?

I'm always trying to add to my list of potential topics for Ten on Tuesday (and for that matter, regular posts, too). While brainstorming, I realized that I haven't ever asked for input from readers. So I'll do that now. ;o)

If you'd like to suggest a topic for a Ten on Tuesday-- or if you just have a nagging question relating to polymer clay-- please feel free to mention it in a comment-- or you can e-mail me, if you'd rather. :o) Your suggestions/questions can be about products, techniques, artists, tutorials you'd like to see-- anything that comes to mind. If you'd like to be credited for your suggestion, be sure to sign your comment. (Or if you e-mail me, but you'd prefer to remain anonymous, please mention that, also. (g))

I'll be the first to admit that I don't know everything about polymer clay, but I'll do my best to research unfamiliar topics and/or refer you to someone who might be able to help. :o)

In the meantime-- and for even longer, if no-one responds to this call for suggestions ;o)-- I'll continue to try to come up with topics on my own.

I hope everyone's having a great week!

3 comments:

Elaine said...

Lists of ten, huh? (can't promise I or you haven't done them yet but always good for more takes):

- 10 inspirations
- 10 colour schemes
- 10 surface techniques
- 10 blends
- 10 (seasonal) colours
- 10 bead shapes / types
- 10 faces in clay
- 10 tools
- 10 inclusions in trans
- 10 sanding / finishing / storage / using / etc techniques
- 10 top tier artists
- 10 aspiring newbies
- 10 projects you're going to do this year!

phew... ideas I can do!

Rebecca said...

Have you ever done a top ten on miniature foods? Like surface techniques for texture, using translucent clay, etc. I have never tried anything of this sort since I am very unfamiliar with how to go about it, but you seem to be very knowledgeable in this area (as well as all the others I've read so far!). Thanks again for sharing the wonderful wealth of information on this very versatile medium!
~Rebecca
lovetoclay.etsy.com

Michael said...

Thank you both for the ideas! I'll definitely add these to my list! :o)