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Metal Embossing, Aluminium Foil Work, Glass Painting, Quilling & Others

Discussion in 'Creative Crafts' started by Shanvy, Jan 3, 2009.

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  1. Shanvy

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    re: Mixed Works : Metal Embossing & Glass Paintings

    Now comes glass painting...would like to know if the the paintings would look better with a gold/silver foil..

    I have place a white paper to cut off any light reflections....:hide:

    for the hanuman was taken from the net, and the background was drawn by DD.

    i have taken picture with and without..expert comments and suggestions to improve
     

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    re: Mixed Works : Metal Embossing & Glass Paintings

    hi shanvy & kutti shanthi and kutti veda!
    :thumbsup, your embossing and stain glass paintings have turned v ery well for a debut!!:cheers
    one small suggestion from me: next time when you use the glas outliner, do not use it directly from the tube because sometimes due to air bubbles inside tube and excess pressure on the tube while squeezing you tend to get big blobs of outliner and the thickness will vary st diieren places! so make a mehandi cone out of a pliable plastic sheet and fill it 3/4th with outliner and seal it tight- make sure you have a v small gap at the tip ot make it without a hole and you can cut a v small one later. use it like a mehandi cone and seal it tightly when not i use- this is more economical and will give the painting a v good finish!
    all the best!
     
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    Aluminum foil

    This is my first work inspired by all u ladies.Pls give ur comments
     

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    Re: Aluminum foil

    Thank you all for ur encouraging comment.
    The procedure is very simple

    Requirement:
    flat surface
    design
    Any blunt object
    a ball pen
    Aluminum foil
    card board square or rectangular box of an inch thickness
    glue
    Negligible pressure should be applied n finish the whole project in single shot which hardly need 30 to 40min

    1.Take required length of foil, Unroll the foil on flat surface to avoid crush marks.
    2.mark the box area n draw design using ball pen on right side(shiny one) within box area.
    3.carefully turn the foil n using the blunt object with no pressure at all scratch the design on the wrong side.
    4.Once the complete design is scratched put the box.glue the outer area of foil to the box

    Hope I am clear
     
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    Paper Dolls:Your comments pls

    Hi,

    I have just created these paper dolls or quilling dolls.
    Please share ur feedback.

    Thanks,
    Sonia

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    Re: Paper Dolls:Your comments pls

    Hi All,

    Thanks a lot for your warm Welcome. :)
    I am getting unexpected and pleasant views.Thanks again.

    Vijaysampath,this I cannot tell u in words,but still let me try.
    Quilling is an art of Paper.You can get these papers in market in 3,6 and 9MM size
    Paper is folded with the help of quilling needle in rolls and these rolls are turned into different shapes.
    For making dolls,you have to make a little tight role and then it should be pulled from inside to upward(can see the photo).To make face and body parts.It is quite simple.
    You can see the videos in Youtube...it would be more helpful...
     
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    Few craft works

    hi friends...
    these r some of my craft works.
    1. Beaded parrot
    2. Pineapple (using fish wire)
    3. Lord venkat (with beads)
    4. Golden tree.
    5. Beaded flower.

    i learned most of this from our il's. kindly give ur suggestions to improve.
     

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    mseal work and aluminium embossing

    hi, i'm bhagya. actually this is my first post. i do a bit of this and that. this is my first mseal work. pls give me your feedback.

    forgot attachment :)
     

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    paper and pot!

    my try outs of origami . :)
     

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