New Mold!

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Door 16 is coming in 8 days!🎉 Have you guessed where?🤔 One of the most satisfying steps in production is pouring pink silicone over the original to create a mould. We create moulds and casts from originals so that they can stand up to the Georgia weather… and tiny hands 👐🏼 . 💕 Stay tuned to our stories for more clues! #tinydoor16 will be revealed at 6pm on Wednesday, April 10th!#tinydoorsatl

Posted by Tiny Doors ATL on Tuesday, April 2, 2019

 

I do a lot of different kinds of jobs as a freelance artist. Because I’m lucky, often those jobs are tiny and cute. Here’s a video of me pouring a mold for the talented @tinydoorsatl. I can’t wait to see the final reveal! 🌤🌥

Repost from @tinydoorsatl using @RepostRegramApp – .Door 16 is coming in 8 days! Have you guessed where?🤔 One of the most satisfying steps in production is pouring pink silicone over the original to create a mould. We create moulds and casts from originals so that they can stand up to the Georgia weather… and tiny hands 🏼 . Stay tuned to our stories for more clues! .#tinydoor16 will be revealed at 6pm on Wednesday, April 10th! #tinydoorsatl

Finally starting to paint the beast

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I’m going to paint the Skullfish a soft sparkly white/ grey. The paint gets applied in several layers. I’ll start with a flat black primer, followed by a base coat of black urethane paint. I’ll go back in with white to create a range of tones. The rainbow pearlescent goes on top of that, followed by a clear coat. Each layer of paint gets applied by airbrush in several passes.

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