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Published on Aug 24, 2012
Another video about the great Swellegant patina and colorization system! This time B'sue shows you grand results with the Swellegant metal coatings and traditional patinas over resin flowers and plaques. The technique is vitually the same when used over polymer clay. The idea to go over resin forms comes from UK artist Linzi Alford, and her tutorial is permanently housed at B'sue Boutiques in the tutorials section. You will want to refer to it as she also shows examples of patina development over the metal coatings from Swellegant. The Swellegant patina system was originally brought to market for polymer clay colorization. It also works beautifully over resin, foam, cork, ceramic, paper and! especially brass stampings such as you will find at B'sue Boutiques. We specialize in American made brass stampings made in the vintage style. We also have a full line of resin forms. Also in the video, discover how Gilder's Paste, Spectrum Noir Alcohol Ink Pens and the Ranger Designer Inks with the Vintaj brand can also be used as accent OR in conjunction with the Swellegant line. Resin forms can be made by you or you can use the new ones frequently found on the market, even vintage ones. We carry a full line of them at the B'sue Boutiques website. They are inexpensive and fun to work with, and Swellegant is B'sue's fave line of patina and colorization products. They are brought to market by Christi Friesen, one of today's leading polymer clay artists and favorite traveling teachers. Swellegant is economical to use and has a very low toxicity; it is not for use by children. No product in our videos is recommended for use by children under the age of thirteen.