Painting Stardust

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Adding subtle paint details: thin washes of gold, silver, red, purple, and blue. The new ghost chameleon pigment I’m using looks different depending on how the light hits it. It’s transparent, showing the most dramatic color shifts when layered over black. With just the chameleon paint, the details were hard to see, so I’m also adding lighter areas with tinted metallics to create greater depth. 

Adding subtle paint details: thin washes of gold, silver, red, purple, and blue. 🎨🖌

Posted by Rachel De Urioste on Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Casting another Dreamer.

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Casting another Dreamer. I slush cast them with multiple pours of resin and use epoxy clay to reinforce the back.

Posted by Rachel De Urioste on Tuesday, July 10, 2018

I slush cast them with multiple pours of resin and use epoxy clay to reinforce the back.

Royal Order of Water Buffaloes

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Here’s a shot of the finished edition of 21 plaques. There’s something satisfying about all the repetition, both visually and in terms of the process. Working in multiples forces me to refine my techniques into easily duplicated steps. It’s a puzzle of sorts, where the outcome is both predictable and surprising.

 

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