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Polymer Clay Pancake Tutorial by chat-noir Polymer Clay Pancake Tutorial by chat-noir
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I'd like to have a link to all the places where this tutorial may be featured. So please just shoot me an e-mail at kittykat477@yahoo.com or a NOTE here on deviantart before doing so. Thank you very much.
I am so sorry it took me so long to get this up. ;_; With my traveling, commissions, and jet lag I have been pretty busy. But better late than never. Here is my polymer clay pancake tute.

:bulletgreen: If you don't have liquid clay you can mix the pastel with your glaze and paint it on AFTER baking your plain pancake.

Enjoy. If you make something with this please link back here so more people can learn how.

Other Tutorials:
:bulletpurple: Bowl: [link]
:bulletpurple: Candy Apple:[link]
:bulletpurple: Cupcake: [link]
:bulletpurple: Lolli Pop:[link]
:bulletpurple: Bowl of ice cream:[link]
:bulletpurple: Plate: [link]
:bulletpurple: Breakfast: [link]
:bulletpurple: Sushi Cane [link]
:bulletpurple: Jelly Donut: [link]
:bulletpurple: Chocolate [link]
:bulletpurple: Pancake [link]

Seen on:
Cernitart [link]

To learn more about polymer clay and how I make my items check
My FAQ:
[link]
Or my Polymer Clay News Articles:[link] [link] [link]
Check out my gallery for more yummy polymer clay treats: [link]
Or my ETSY shop: [link]


Deviations made using this tute:
~Cat-The-Rawr [link]
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:iconpsychosomatic-psyche:
Psychosomatic-Psyche Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
So adorable! :blowkiss:
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:iconthenewblu:
TheNewBlu Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2014  Student Artisan Crafter
Does the translucent clay work for sculpey?
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:iconuniquetty:
Uniquetty Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
What program did you use to make the tutorial?
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:iconchat-noir:
chat-noir Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2014  Student Artisan Crafter
This was put together using Photoshop (version CS2 I think) a few years ago. You can make something similar using pretty much any form of Photoshop that's out there. :aww: hope this answered your question.
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:iconuniquetty:
Uniquetty Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
It did, thanks! I love working with polymer clay as well, but I've never actually known how to make tutorials. I'm just terrible with computers, so hopefully I can learn to overcome that.
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Sawpiz Featured By Owner May 8, 2014
Love it ! Thank you for the tutorial ! ;) xox
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:iconorangeletters88:
OrangeLetters88 Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
Thank you so much for the tutorial. 
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:iconxxmayukoxx:
XxMayukoxX Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2014
yuuum
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phuntomproductions Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2013
omg this was so helpful!
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:iconwillow-wing:
Willow-Wing Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2013
All of your tutorials are amazing and they make me hungry xD
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shalowater Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2013
your tan colored clay looks way darker than tan by sculpey iii. i used a color called hazelnut but it turned out too dark. did your camera darken your image? i love the colors as i see them in your tutorial but i cant seem to replicate them. there are tons of polymer clay pancake tutorials but yours is unique.
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chat-noir Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2013  Student Artisan Crafter
Thank you very much,

It's been a few years since I have made this tutorial, but I remember the "tan" clay was more of a terra-cotta color. I think Sculpey called this color "pottery" www.thedollmakersstudio.com/Sc…

I hope this helps!
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:iconshalowater:
shalowater Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2013
thank you. sorry it took a month to reply.
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:iconlostgryphin:
LostGryphin Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Amazing!
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:iconthephantomwolf:
ThePhantomWolf Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2013  Student General Artist
Gonna make pancake earrings! Thanks for the tutorial!
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:iconsweetartillery:
SweetARTillery Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2013
Thanks for your time in creating this neat tutorial!
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:iconsamscribble:
SamScribble Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2013
Awesome. I've been looking for a decent tutorial on pancakes they are yummy. Thank you!!! :-)
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:iconcraftycraftgirl12:
Craftycraftgirl12 Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2012
cool
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:iconthegingerbreadshack:
thegingerbreadshack Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2012
Wonderful job!! :)
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:iconchat-noir:
chat-noir Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
Thank you :aww: I'm glad you can use it.
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:iconsephinta:
Sephinta Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wow- it looks so real! Thanks for the tutorial.
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GloryB2God Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Can you use chalk pastels for dusting as well? I never could figure out what people used to dust their products.
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:iconchat-noir:
chat-noir Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
:nod: Yup, chalk pastels are very commonly used to give a baked-look to clay pieces.I grabbed a good set of pastels from an art shop in Philadelphia, but you can buy them almost anywhere.
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TheOtherWay Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
AWEEEESOME!!!! IM AM OFFICIALLY OBSESSED WITH THIS KIND OF STUFF! (U SHOULD MAKE THEM INTO EARRING ;) )
SO, DO U MAKE UR OWN CLAY OR DO U BUY IT?? PLEEEEASE NOTE/REPLY PLEEEZ!!!
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:iconchat-noir:
chat-noir Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
I am so glad you like it. :aww: As of now, I just buy my clay. I buy polymer clay from A C Moore and Michael's, but I found a recipe for some air dry clay I might try in the future. The shaping and molding of my tutorial works for all clays, the curing process will just vary. So with the clay I use, I need to bake it in an oven.
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dapplefern Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
You buy it
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Autruche Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2012
Thank you very much for the tut, you're awesome :hug: you convinced me to try polymer clay !
I was wondering, since you use liquid translucent clay and polymer clay on the same item, how is the baking ? It's the same amount of time for the two ? You don't half bake the polymer clay then add the TLS or something ?
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chat-noir Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
Sometimes I do bake the polymer clay first and then go back and add the liquid clay. Other times I don't.

It all really relies on how detailed the item is.

For example, for my cupcakes I bake then first and THEN add liquid clay after for the icing. (Sort of like icing real cupcakes.) This makes sure I don't squish or ruin any of the details I put into the cupcake.

For pancakes, their shape is very simple. So I will make the pancake, put it on a baking sheet, and then add the liquid clay baking it all in one shot.

I hope this helps.
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:iconautruche:
Autruche Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2012
Thank you, it really helped ^^
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:iconbubblechii:
BubbleChii Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2012  Student Digital Artist
What kind of glaze do you use?
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:iconchat-noir:
chat-noir Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
I use Triple Thick Glaze, you can get it from AC Moore or Michael's. It comes in a spray form, a paint bottle, or a canister.
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:iconbubblechii:
BubbleChii Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2012  Student Digital Artist
OH, thanks~
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:iconperpetualwolfsage:
Perpetualwolfsage Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2012  Student General Artist
A lot easier than I thought. I'm gonna try this when I get colors for it
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livianna1213 Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
cute
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:iconphotographylights:
PhotographyLights Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Can you but Liquid translucent clay at Michal's??
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:iconchat-noir:
chat-noir Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
Yes you can :nod: Most of the time you'll find liquid sculpey, which isn't very clear at all. Liquid Fimo is much more clear, but a little harder to find.
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PhotographyLights Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you so much! Next time I go I"ll have a look. (I need to get some, theres a craft show coming up ;D)
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QueenOnewMilady Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I showed my friend the last pic and a real pancake and she was stumped. Nice work!
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:iconchat-noir:
chat-noir Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
Thank you very much :aww:
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QueenOnewMilady Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
You're welcome.
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XxFire-FliesxX Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2012  Student General Artist
Looks yummy! :meow:
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:iconchat-noir:
chat-noir Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
Thank you :aww:
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XxFire-FliesxX Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2012  Student General Artist
You're welcome! :hug:
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:iconcareas:
careas Featured By Owner May 26, 2012
Do you use fimo or sculpey? And what type (e.g. fimo classic or soft?)
If you use more than one, could you tell me a little about them?
Thanks ~ :)
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chat-noir Featured By Owner May 26, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
I actually use a variety of clays in my work, it depends on what is on sale and what I need. I break down the differences and different uses of a lot of polymer clay brands (including Fimo and Sculpey) in this article right here: [link]

I hope this article helps answer some of the questions you may have :aww:
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:iconcareas:
careas Featured By Owner May 27, 2012
Oh ok, thanks ~
It helps a lot ;)
One thing though - would fimo soft be too soft for making larger models? Not huge - like a few cm high?
Like if you made a person standing, would that droop with fimo soft?

Thanks ~~~ :)
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:iconchat-noir:
chat-noir Featured By Owner May 27, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
It might droop a bit depending on the thickness of the clay in certain areas, but the taller and larger the creation the more drooping you may have. They sell a gray colored sculpey that is usually used for larger models. If it is a small charm-sized figure it shouldn't droop at all.
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careas Featured By Owner May 28, 2012
Ok thanks a lot ^^
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:iconpatotkaca:
PATotkaca Featured By Owner May 11, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Are there any things such as air dry liquid clay? (I'm an air-dry clay user)
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ChloeyLovesLlamas Featured By Owner May 25, 2012
Elmers Glue works pretty well. Make sure you get the kind that dried CLEAR.
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