Good evening! My name is Kelly Burns and I am a 3D tumbler maker. I've been using Apoxie Sculpt for about a year now for my tumblers. I consider myself the "black sheep" of the 3D tumbler community by using this instead of polymer clay, and have been striving hard to teach others about your [...]
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Jarrid Scott is a mixed media artist, illustrator, muralist and printmaker born in Dawson Springs, Kentucky. Jarrid received his BFA in Illustration at Savannah College of Art and Design in Atlanta. He is also the artist behind the Hungry series and Change Planter, a sculpted planter with an upcycled plastic base. Each design is wildly unique and plays a part in Jarrid's role [...]
by Cheryl Sykora I have a really short needled, mother nature developed ponderosa pine, Pinus ponderosa, bonsai that is best shown as a semi-cascade. If everybody remembers the earlier article on ponderosa pine, short needle ponderosas grow naturally in areas of the Rockies. The ponderosa, when tipped sideways to achieve the semi-cascade, exposed a long [...]
Christi Friesen Artist, Author, Teacher I just finished my latest mosaic (the attached pix) using Apoxie Sculpt - i've #apoxiesculpt in my fb and insta posts and tagged it as well for you to find. I gotta tell you, using Apoxie sculpt made this piece so easy to do. I just love the stuff so much!"
Artist: Debra Mager Company: Cinderella Mosaics London, named after Jack London, who wrote Call Of The Wild, was a fantastic challenge for me. I’d never done anything quite so “serious” on such a deeply textured substrate, (I used Apoxie Sculpt in black to fill in the nooks and crannies). I collaborated with the client every [...]
For passing 50,000 Subscribers I created this functional Rubik's Cube play button. 18 Individual pieces were extended upwards with Apoxie sculpt and then sanded into the shape of the classic YouTube Play-button.
For years and years, I had been searching for a putty to use in my artwork. I’ve been inspired by antique memory jars- vases and jars encrusted with found objects that were made in the early 1920s or even earlier than that. The putty that was used back then is no longer available, so I [...]