Hello there! Sorry I have been missing for a few days. It was a hectic work week last week. I had the whole week timed then with posts but the bounce back from the work load has taken some time. But now I'm here again, sharing a piece that was showed in Prima blog last week (link) and that was originally created for CHA!
I actually did two canvases, this black one and then a white one. They form a pair and are opposites. The white on is happy, light and joyful and this one depicts sorrow. But even so – I had so much fun doing this piece!
I started by doing the head and hand of the doll using air drying clay. Then I colored the skin a little and added the hair. Next up I formed a body out of a piece of cardboard and then wrapped the cloth around here. To make the cloth really stay the way I wanted, I drenched it with Clear Sculpting Medium.
If you want to see how this canvas was made, I prepared steps for you! Here's the link to the Snapguide (link) for you to follow!
Thank you for your visit today!
963019 – Sculpting Medium Clear
962975 – Modeling Paste
962968 – Heavy Gesso Black
962982 – 3D Gloss Gel
962999 – Soft Gloss Gel
963064 – Art Alchemy Steampunk Copper
962845 – Mica Powder Deep Water
963323 – Art Pebbles
584559 – Stencil 6x6
963354 – Mechanicals Mini Stars
963422 – Mechanicals Rustic Washers
963446 – Mechanicals Steampunk Blades
960285 – Mechanicals Vintage Clock Face Large
961077 – Mechanicals Vintage Centers
961138 – Mechanicals Type Writer Numbers
961497 – Texture Paste Graphite
962708 – Glass Glitter Pitch Black
573812 – Color Bloom Precious Stone
573898 – Color Bloom Cobalt
961602 – Glitter Set Ebony and Ivory
Materials: Prima Marketing