By Lisa Pavelka

Growing beautiful presents in polymer clay hasn't ever been so easy!
In fast & effortless presents in Polymer Clay, award-winning polymer clay artist Lisa Pavelka indicates you the way to create 25 fantastic tasks - whatever for everybody in your gift-giving checklist! full of easy-to-follow, step by step directions and images, this e-book can help you:
Create exceptional initiatives fast, correct from the start
Plan your craft agenda utilizing the handy time scores - approximately an hour to 3 hours in a day - integrated with each project
Give your initiatives an unmistakable type utilizing specified innovations similar to snapshot move, three-color Skinner Blends, fake stained glass and more
Spark your creativity with a gallery of variations
And with over eighty insightful guidance - many from a few of the worlds most sensible polymer clay artists - each present you create is bound to shock and enjoyment. allow quickly & effortless presents in Polymer Clay motivate you this present day!

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Red-figure amphora, Berlin painter, ca. 490. 33 A flute-playing satyr provides the musical accompa­ niment (fig. 24, top), while on the other side another satyr draws a drink from the krater (fig. 24, bottom). In a striking break with tradition, however, the cup bearer is not standing upright; he is creeping toward the krater, and there is no guarantee that he will hand out the wine without trying to keep some for himself (see also fig. 20). In another painting a satyr is emptying the contents of a wineskin into a garlanded krater;34 no water is in evidence (fig.

Each couch is occupied by a reclining, bearded male. The one on the left is alone; in front of him a nude woman—her clothing is hung on the wall—is undoing the fillet that binds her hair. On the two other couches women lie next to the drinkers; the one to the right is spinning her cup like her companion on the other side. Next to them is a pair of castanets (krotala), like the ones dancers use. Between the two couches there is a stand with a small burning lamp on top; a ladle and a filter are hanging below it.

510. The Space of the Krater f—7^-' 17. 190, ca. 410. as they walk forward (fig. 17). 22 They are holding small wine jugs (also wreathed) like those given to children on the festival day of the Pitchers, when the storage jars of new wine are opened. 23 This pro­ cession is described by the word "komos" written above the inscrip­ tion kalos neanias (handsome youth) and paian (paean), a hymn in honor of the gods. "Komos" is the root of the verb komazein, "to stage a feast" (see fig. " One painter borrowed the name Philokomos ("the party goer") for one of his drinkers,24 and in other paintings we find the label komarchos, "master of the revels" (fig.

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