$1,000.00 retail product prize from polyform!!!!!
this is only my second night on the internet...ooh. it's great! i
just hope this very important message makes it to you! as most of you
know, we'll soon be releasing the newly reformulated promat. our
dilemna? the name! help us please! it's a great clay in need of a
great name! please send us your suggestions. the winning entry will
receive $1,000.00 in retail product from polyform products company.
enter as often as you like just send suggestions on postcards to:
polyform products co.
att: the name game
elk grove village, il 60007
deadline: december 31, 1996 so think fast!
for multiple submissions of winning name. the prizes will be equally
now, for anyone interested, the glaze i made for my little pot was
indeed sculpey diluent mixed with copper (gold and red mixed) promat.
the drizzly effect was achieved by dripping *** through the
applied glaze. *** and glaze don't mix so you get that crackly,
split appearance. the glaze requires additional curing time and,
unfortunately, doesn't get absolutely hard. i like it anyway.
diluent is great stuff. use it like glue when adhering uncured pieces
of clay or when adhering uncured to cured pieces. it creates an
amazingly strong bond.
i like carving cured clay quite a bit. when cured clay is carved,
ever notice how the carved parts are lighter than the rest? just
brush diluent into the carved areas and rebake. they'll darken up
i love the internet...i could go on forever but, i'll stop here.
bye for now, i look forward to getting to know you all.
best regards, donna