All 8 Books are in English. Enjoy
some of the titles of the images within are in spanish, but all the text is in English.
The aim of the Polymer reference books is to familiarise the reader with all aspects of the techniques used in this clay art. I tried to take out the duplicates, but when I did there were no sources
Making Jewelry - Sue Heaser
Polymer Clay for the first time
Techniques Book - Sue Heaser
It is easy to think of polymer clay as glorified modeling clay, but as a serious craft medium it requires knowing some basic techniques, such as making multicolor canes. These are covered in great detail with excellent photos in Polymer Clay for the First Time. Beginners will find many of their questions answered in this book. After mastering the basics one can move on to complex projects such as miniature villages. The tiny houses in Ritchey's book are only several inches high and would be just right for a tabletop display or a small-gauge model railroad layout. Buildings include cottages, stores, a church, and a lighthouse. There are also instructions for making shrubbery and grounds. Both books are recommended for public library crafts collections.
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CHAPTER 1: Inspiration 6
CHAPTER 2: Equipment&Materials 10
CHAPTER 3: Getting Started 14
CHAPTER 4: Manipulation The Clay 26
CHAPTER 5: Sculping 72
CHAPTER 6: Decoration And Embellishment 86
CHAPTER 7: Clay Simulations and Inclusions 100