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Painted Pearlized WSF [message #70334] Sun, 23 June 2013 05:17 UTC Go to next message
avatar trishycakes  is currently offline trishycakes
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Pretty excited for an upcoming fantasy themed photo shoot of some of my costume horns, so I wanted to show a painting technique I stumbled upon while trying to create a specific look.
The parts are WSF, sealed with two coats of white primer (for plastic), sanded with a 600 grit snap on disc and a flex shaft then hand painted with acrylic. After they are almost dry but still slightly tacky, I dusted them with stamping pigments to give it a pearlized effect. They were then sealed with a few coats of spray fixative. Thought they turned out pretty darn neat.

http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3721/9114211850_6e4d155e80.jpg
http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7422/9111971545_0dccdb0e45.jpg
http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5485/9114226964_54b4d96b62.jpg
http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2807/9114207588_f03d8066dc.jpg

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Re: Painted Pearlized WSF [message #80738 is a reply to message #70334 ] Sat, 07 December 2013 20:24 UTC Go to previous message
avatar rubyscooby  is currently offline rubyscooby
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Those came out nice!

 
   
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