You might find a certain something made by me hidden in the theater…
I made these by tinting epoxy clay, extruding it, and slicing them with a blade after the ropes partially cured. I really want to mix them up in a big jar…
I might tweak the colors a little.
I used Smooth-Cast 300. It cures faster in thicker areas, which is why the white blooms in certain spots and spreads out. I sprayed the mold with release, dusting it after with baby powder to help draw the resin into the details.
Come check out my crow totem on the big screen! I recommend trying to find screenings of CROW HAND!!! near you…some of these totems will be around the festivals. Congrats to director, Brian Lonano! Awesome poster art by Victoria Cook.
$10 off through the month of February ~ coupon code: CUPCAKECUTIE
The first fro-yo cast was successful! Next I’ll be experimenting with different colors and painting techniques so I can plan a color scheme for the edition. Yay!
I added some stuff to the shop and created a coupon code for February. Check it out! www.etsy.com/shop/GoldfishUnderwater
I use a sandable primer to fill in any imperfections and get the surface super smooth. I usually use black so I can see where I’ve already been. Done with the wet sanding, ready for a sealer coat, and then off to the mold making stage!
Adding detail to the fro-yo swirl in layers.
Making some progress on the cake cone for a future edition of little fro-yo fellas. I like to apply the epoxy clay in layers, letting it cure between work sessions so that I can work on small areas at a time without damaging the overall piece.
I opened an Etsy store! The first batch of Cupcake Cuties is up for sale. They come with a bonus 4×6 print. I’ll be adding more to the shop over the next few weeksI’ll post updates as I do! https://www.etsy.com/shop/GoldfishUnderwater
These will be up for sale on etsy in a couple weeks–stay tuned!
I made these awards for the 2014 Y’allywood Film Festival with a combination of airbrushing and wood burning. Find out more about the fest here!