I have featured British polymer clay jewelry designer's work before.  Her finished and instructional DIYs on PolyOriginals, shows off her love of color.  She also teaches on Youtube.  

She is very confident in using strong hues.  This tutorial is a gem because she shows how we can "paint" using small pieces of polymer clay and texturing these the right way with simple tools.  See her other "painting" polymer clay tutorial here.

Fiona has a number of tips and tricks including the Skinner blending technique and even a suggestion on how to manage without a pasta machine. It is possible but much easier with the machine.  I also like her idea of how to easily expand a cutter shape if the one you've got is too small. 

Her Highland Loch tutorial is awesome! The rocks in her painting are so well done. 

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