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Orson Geometric Polymer Clay Tutorials by Nikolina Otrzan

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Nikolina Otrzan is a Croatian polymer clay artist behind the brand, Orson - named after a much loved cat which passed away several years ago. Her often geometric tutorials show her remarkable talent for colors, patterns and shapes.

Some of her designs are hollow or open frame constructions.  I especially love her Banburying Kitties pendant design shown above which has little feline charms included. Also noteworthy are her tutorials with rustic colors making the pieces look weathered.


Orson Geometric Polymer Clay Tutorials by Nikolina Otrzan

Nikolina explained how she got into polymer clay, "Out of pure curiosity, I first dove into the world of polymer clay in the late 1990s. Although I had no previous art or craft experience, I was simply drawn to the range of colors and the potential to make things for myself. Soon I found I had a new, addictive hobby. The more I played with polymer, the more I wanted to discover. After a few starts and stops, I realized that I was very passionate about working with clay and quit my day job in sports to continue my exploration of the material. It proved to be the right decision."



Orson Geometric Polymer Clay Tutorials by Nikolina Otrzan

You can see more of her work on her Flickr gallery.

Orson Geometric Polymer Clay Tutorials by Nikolina Otrzan

Orson Geometric Polymer Clay Tutorials by Nikolina Otrzan

Orson Geometric Polymer Clay Tutorials by Nikolina Otrzan


Other noteworthy tutorials are her  Star Trek inspired "Beam Me Up Scotty" pina, adorable cat earrings, and one for faux enamel polymer clay.

Orson Geometric Polymer Clay Tutorials by Nikolina Otrzan
Star Trek inspired!

Orson Geometric Polymer Clay Cat Tutorials by Nikolina Otrzan

faux enamel polymer clay tutorial
Faux enamel polymer clay tutorial 


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5 comments:

  1. People who work with polymer clay always impress me -- the pictured items look great. Someday when I have a craft room I am definitely going to have to try some of these projects.

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    1. They are indeed truly artistic. What impressed me most about Nikolina's work is the sculptured and architectural forms of her work.

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  2. I've followed Nicolina for years now and she never fails to impress with her designs. She's simply amazing.

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  3. Extraordinary designs. I especially love her use of color. Thanks for sharing, Pearl!

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