adventures between the cracks
The raised surface of crackled paper can be used to make a textured impression in modelling clay.
I used “model magic”made by crayola, which is a very light air-drying clay.For a two sided crackle effect, I sandwiched the clay shape between two crackled surfaces. The top layer here is crackle on “lutrador” fabric, which I am peeling back to reveal the pattern imprinted on the clay.
Diluted acrylic colours are painted onto the surface; here’s the first coat.Diluted colours pool in hollows, while dry brushed colours stay on the raised ridges.
You could use this technique to make beads or embellishments for craft projects
and it’s ideal for adding pattern to miniature giraffes!
This is absolutely way COOL!!!
So awesome! Thanks for sharing