|This Wall Hanging was built on a 12"×12" black foam core base.|
|I began by making my mold of the decoration on the pottery shard|
|The mold came out a bit dirty so I molded a very thin piece to|
throw away to pick up all the dirt from the casting.
|I then added Alumilite Metallic Powder in Bronze|
to the mold and poured Amazing Casting Resin --white--
into the mold. Rather than pour the mold quickly, I
took my time so that I could control the flow and not
over-flow the bounds of my mold too quickly.
|This is a gratuitous photo of the resin quickening--it always|
amazes me how cool it looks when it does this!
|I left the resin in the mold until it easily pulled away from the|
mold, about 30 minutes. I pulled it off to this dullish bronze cast.
|I dry-brushed over the cured cast with more bronze powder|
and then highlighted it with Terri Sproul's Mixers in Red Satin.
Those colors together match the painting I do in a later step.
|I also molded for this project a piece of crochet that I had done,|
and cast it with the Creative Paperclay® product DelightTM . The
Delight casting was then brushed with Sakura Hobby Crafts
3D Crystal Lacquer mixed with the Alumilite Bronze Powder.
The flower was then dusted with some Terri Sproul's Mixers in
Red Satin to match the project.
|The MelonHeadzIllustration Digital Stamp was enlarged|
to 8"×7½" and printed on a piece of Basic Grey Card Stock.
It was then edged with Black ink and painted in using
Sakura 3D Crystal Lacquer, Bronze Powder from Alumilite
and Terri Sproul's Mixers & Colored Crystal Lacquer.
|The edges of the black foam core were brushed with |
Sakura 3D Crystal Lacquer mixed with Alumilite Bronze
Metallic Powder. The premade brown butterfly received the
same treatment to help him match the elements in the
project. The large casting was adhered to the foam
board with E6000--as was the lace leaves, Delight flower