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To work, we will need:
gypsum (can be used for construction);
form for filling plaster (you can caps with a cut top);
dry flowers (you can use fresh flowers, lace);
Roll out the plasticine on the ...
Eddie Putera is a 52-year-old Malaysian artist who became famous due to his dioramas. He creates realistic 3D miniatures, which show every-day life.
Eddie started doing dioramas only a few years ago. The artist says he is neither a writer nor a poet, but he has something to say. That' ...
My name is Olesya.
If you have been with me for a long time, you have already seen how I treat nature and natural materials. I like to make simple products, using materials at hand.
Spring is so fleeting that I wanted to capture a piece of nature in spring. I have wanted to make a similar panel in ...
In this tutorial I will show you how to make flower pots of gypsum.I will also show in detail how to make a mold for pouring of cardboard.I wanted to create an unusual shape, so I used cardboard.Taking this method as a basis, you can make a mold of pentagons that will also look beautiful :)Most ...
I looked on the website and realized, with surprise, that no one has inspired with the incredible and unreal works by Asya Chernoivanova.
I need to fix this.
Here are her nightlights. They are made of imagination, pieces of another world, and, of course, polymer clay, glass and other things :)
So, what do you need?
a separating mixture
cardboard for formwork
First of all, find out how many pieces of a plaster mould you need. The best option is just two — mark it out right on the plasticine model:
I needed a four-pieces mould because the neck ...