kroma crackle

adventures between the cracks

crackled eggs

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A nest made from crackled paper scraps and wooden eggs textured using the quick drying “DeMented Derma technique”

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First a layer of acrylic paint is brushed on then ,when dry, a layer of white school glue (pva).

When dry, a layer of Kroma crackle is next and this is dried with a heat tool to create a bumpy cracked texture. Finally a clear acrylic medium tinted with acrylic colour is brushed on top to colour the white crackle and provide a durable finish.

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This entry was posted on April 25, 2015 by in Uncategorized.

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