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TLS Polymer Clay Tutorial by paperfaceparade TLS Polymer Clay Tutorial by paperfaceparade
From hence forward, if you ask me a TLS related question, you will be directed to this tutorial. If your question cannot be answered by this tutorial, I will answer it forthwith without re-routation to this tutorial.

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My tutorials:

Avocado Cane (Skinner Blend): [link]
Cake: [link]
Carrot: [link]
Corn on the Cob: [link]
Dumbledore: [link]
Human Feet: [link]
Human Hands: [link]
Key Lime Pie: [link]
Kiwi Cane: [link]
Milkshake: [link]
Orange Cane: [link]
Pea Pod: [link]
Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich: [link]
Pepperoni Pizza: [link]
TLS (Translucent Liquid Sculpey): [link]
Tomato: [link]
Treble Clef: [link]
Vanilla Bean Ice Cream: [link]
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Laugh245 Nov 11, 2013  Student General Artist
When it bakes, does the tsl stay shinny?
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:iconpaperfaceparade:
Not really. It will usually be a little bit shiny when compared with regular clay, but if you want it to have a nice glossy finish, you'll have to glaze it with some kind of clay glaze or clear fingernail polish. 
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Laugh245 Nov 12, 2013  Student General Artist
ok thank you
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:iconpeg1950:
Thank you again!!! Peg :)
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:iconcocoakokoa:
For never seeing a macaroon, that is amazing!
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:iconorzilovekte:
Even see the process step-by-step, it still felt incredible... :wow:
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iStoleUrLlama Oct 15, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hmm.. Interesting macaroon. The ones I make are basically balls of coconut.And I mean real food, not clay
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:iconpaperfaceparade:
Yeah, that's what I originally thought of when someone asked me to make a macaroon tutorial and then they showed me these other funny looking ones that I'd never seen before. Now at least I've seen the real thing, but I still haven't tasted one.

Coconut macaroons, on the other hand-- delicious. :)
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iStoleUrLlama Oct 15, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I think Ive seen the bread-ey part like a biscuty cookie (if that makes sense) but never with a filling.
And my favorite are my grandmothers chocolate ones!
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I think I know the confusion. The coconut-y balls are macaroons, whilst the ones made here are actually called macarons (with one o)- but these days most people use the term macaroon to describe both (much to the chagrin of the French and patissiers).

I haven't had macaroons before, but macarons - good quality ones - are possibly the nicest thing you could munch on. Vanilla, salted caramel, lavender and white chocolate, mango and passionfruit, cookies and cream, watermelon, pistachio, mocha...literally any flavor you can think of. And it's all absolutely beautiful. Evil to bake from scratch though; one of the most technical and fussy baking you could ever do.
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