Build A Plaque | Part One

A nice and simple way to build a plaque model by embedding objects into plaster of Paris.

In this case we use a skull model to embed into the plaster of Paris to make the plaque model, which will then be molded to make further replicas of the plaque which will be casted in materials such as concrete and resin.

This plaque model template will also be useful for embellishing with designs to create other unique plaque designs.

Epoxy Water Clear Resin Finishes

In this video we use Polycraft Clear Top 5 Water Clear Resin to create a lovely glass like finish to items including fluid painted tiles and hand painted pebbles.

Thank you to the crew at Millbrook Arts & Crafts Group! 🙂

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Fluid/Flow Painting & Marble Effects

In this video, Dot walks us through the process of fluid painting or flow painting using acrylics and the ingredients needed to create this effect, plus marbling tiles and objects by dipping the objects into ionised /ionized water with special acrylic paint floating on the surface of the water.

Special thank you to Dot and Gina for demonstrating the process of flow/fluid/pour painting and marble effects! 🙂

Thank you to the crew at Millbrook Arts & Crafts Group! 🙂

Revell Star Wars TIE Interceptor Model Kit | Build & Paint

In this video we build and paint a Revell 1:90 scale TIE Interceptor model kit from Star Wars (specifically Return of the Jedi).

From constructing the model using model glue, plus painting the model with acrylic paints.

Fairy Door Crafts & Projects | Full Series

Fairy door crafts & projects full series video including archives and extras.

Part One (0:00) – Make A Fairy Door With Monster Clay.
Make a fairy door using clay. In this video a small fairy door is sculpted from Monster Clay Soft in view of making a slicone mold to reproduce further replicas from the original.

Part Two (18:22) – Pour A Silicone Mold.
Make a silicone rubber mold for a fairy door by pouring measured silicone component parts into mold house to create a mold of a model.

Part Three (25:51) – Casting With Polyester Resin.
The process of casting polyester resin is shown using silicone molds (part two) to pour the polyester casting resin into, to create solid polyester resin casts.

Part Four (32:56) – Casting With Concrete.
In this video, we use a silicone mold, made in part two, to cast a concrete fairy door.

Part Five (35:04) – Paint A Fairy Door.
Showing the painting process on a fairy door. This is the way in which we paint many items here and of course there is a vast variety of ways to paint pieces and castings.

Archives & Extras:

Part Six (41:29) – Make A Fairy Door With Recycled Items.
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.

Part Seven (1:01:17) – Concrete Cast From Latex Mold.
You can make your latex mold from a fairy door sculpture or cast. Simply pour the concrete into the mold and wait around 24 hours for the concrete to set.

Part Eight (1:06:19) – Paint A Fairy Door II.
In this video a fairy door is painted using dry brush techniques along with regular painting techniques. The fairy door is made with concrete and is casted from an original fairy door created by Dramamask Evolution.

Part Nine (1:14:58) – Fairy Door Speed Paint.
Experimenting with painting a fairy door casted with plaster of Paris.

Pumpkin Carving

Dramamask Evolution Halloween Special. Carve a traditional scary pumpkin head for Halloween. Eyes, nose, teeth and mouth, with particular attention to the teeth!

Scare the neighbours and trick or treaters with a Halloween pumpkin and light it up with a candle to show off the pumpkin head’s pretty and handsome features!

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