Pantone suggests pairing it up with Classic Blue or Scuba Blue so I have done a little experimenting with a mokume gane technique using all three colors. I really love the results with this combination.
For some reason I found this button difficult to photograph to show off the almost glass-like sheen and pearlescent shimmer. Some of you might recognize the pattern which is from one of Helen Breil's texture sheets, Conga Line.
I had to create some veneer sheets using Julie Picarello's technique in this color combo as well and really loved the results.
So here is the recipe for Lucite green using Kato clay:
1 part Sea Green Base Mix #7-2 *
2 parts Kato Green
8 parts White Mix # 1-2 *
* This clay base color is found in my
"Clay Color System" tutorial
available as an instant download
in our Etsy Shop
or manually sent in an e-mail from
our online store.
I hope you are having fun with these clay recipes so far and if you have any experiments with them you would like to share, please do. You can e-mail them to us or post them on our facebook page.
Beautiful creations!! Thank you for sharing the color recipe! :) I think this will probably be a favorite color of mine!
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