Hello Hello !
Today’s post will be sort of like a review on Cold Porcelain. This is just to show you guys how well cold porcelain takes textures. The textures I will be using are ice cream, cake and bread/cookie.
Here we go !
Here is the ice cream texture. I was actually surprised because, making this texture is wayyyyyy easier than using polymer clay. The breaks were very easy to achieve, whereas, in polymer clay if you handled the clay too much, the breaks would not appear. The only bad thing is the cracking in the clay. When this clay was drying, the top and everything was okay, but at the bottom, there were some very visible cracks. Ofc, this would not be a problem if you made a good batch of CP.
The cake texture. You can clearly see that this didn’t go very well….
As you know, CP is very soft, so creating crumbs ( by overlapping the scribbles) was very hard. You can also see the swirly marks made by my needle tool.
This just means that, cake texture is not suitable for CP.
Here is the bread/cookie texture.
I think this turned out pretty well. There’s not much more to say.
And there you go !
A short comparison on CP to polymer clay on texture. Sorry for the big images… I didn’t realise the size was going to be like this. I thought it would automatically resize itself like it normally does…
Hope this was helpful ^^
If you have any questions, just leave a comment below.
Thanks for reading!