I'll publish more when I get some finished pictures.
If you want the directions for this technique, they were published in a 1993 Polymer Cafe and originally done by Kellie Robinson. I've changed a few things from the original instructions.
I experimented with a few things like embossing powder and that wasn't good.
I use a lot of Magic Glos and I've always used a BBQ lighter to get the bubbles out. It works great. Someone told me to try an embossing heat gun. I did and the Magic Glos blew all over, back to the BBQ lighter.
I just ordered 14 - 1 pound blocks of Premo from Boston Craft Works. I was a little worried that with the heat out here the clay might bake. They shipped it so fast and it came in perfect condition. Their clay is so fresh, I just love it.
Wish I had time to make stuff to put on Etsy and Artfire, my shops are suffering because I'm so busy.
I bet if I quite chasing the cat around with my camera all day I would get a lot more done. LOL