Create Sand Texture | Arts & Crafts

Create sand texture using PVA glue and sand. A relatively simple and effective technique to create sand texture on an array of projects and can be applied to any art and/or craft project.

In this video, I use an existing project by Dramamask Evolution to embellish the design and to create the effect I am looking. In this instance it is a Celtic plaque, which I wanted to create a sand texture in the deep cuts, to accentuate the design. I have also used the sand texturing on other projects and show examples at the end of the video, which includes a alginate casted hand sculpture, plus experimenting on a jam jar.
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Related videos:
Make & Sculpt A Celtic Plaque: https://youtu.be/irwl__pX11Q
Make A Gargoyle | Sculpting | Molding | Casting | Painting Effects | Full Series: https://youtu.be/e3qu–QknLI
Make A Hand Lifecast With Alginate & Plaster Of Paris: https://youtu.be/g5HmOXGA82E
Make A Concrete Leaf: https://youtu.be/xmlXV_dqFUI




Make A Fairy Door

Make A Fairy Door

Make a fairy or faerie door using objects around the house and garden. Most of the items in this fairy door are used with recycled items, including a ring pull from a tin can and stones or rocks from the garden.

Perhaps a fairy lives behind this particular door, but perhaps it could be a gnome, hobbit or pixie also.

This is one design in a series of many fairy and fantasy doors.

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Make Felt Bases For Concrete Casts & Items

Make Felt Bases For Concrete Casts & Items

Make felt bases for concrete casts and items, using sticky-back felt. Simple and easy to do, and will create a soft base for concrete casts, items, ornaments, etc, to sit safely on furniture, without damaging or scratching furniture.

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Concrete Leaf Painting – Aged Bronze Green Patina Style – Reactive Metallic Paint

Concrete Leaf Painting – Aged Bronze Green Patina Style – Reactive Metallic Paint

Painting a concrete casted leaf with a bronze acrylic paint which contains real bronze particles. While wet, apply a green patina, which reacts with the bronze paint, to create a natural patina finish or aged/oxidized bronze look. Quick and easy technique which creates a realistic and beautiful finish. Paint used: bronze acrylic paint which contains real bronze metal particles. Other materials: green patina to apply to the wet bronze acrylic paint.

This video is part of an ongoing series of varying painting styles for concrete cast leaves.

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Concrete Cast Painting – Undercoating

Concrete Cast Painting – Undercoating

Quick video to show undercoat painting of concrete casts and items, using acrylic paint. Two coats of acrylic paint are adequate, to make the casts ready for dry brushing and paint effects.

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Reactive Bronze Metallic Paint With Green Patina – Concrete Skull Cast

Reactive Bronze Metallic Paint With Green Patina – Concrete Skull Cast

Painting reactive bronze metallic paint with green patina on a concrete skull. From priming, applying the bronze metallic paint, applying the green patina, to the final aged bronze look or effect on a casted concrete skull.

PS: I accidentally say ‘copper’ instead of ‘bronze’ during the video, but it is bronze metallic paint and not copper, although I do use various types of copper paint in other videos.

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