Wednesday, 10 August 2022

Lighthouse at night by Anastasia Korvyakova

Hi everyone! As you know Finnabair moulds always provide a huge selection of elements to bring any idea to life. I had no doubt that the gears and metal embellishments I chose were exactly what I needed to create the project I imagined.

I very often take a lot of different paints and apply them layer by layer until I get the surface I need. In this project, I was working with my favourite Opal Magic Paint (I used Blue-Gold colour) and Metallic Paints – Mermaid Teal, Dragonfly, Stormy Ocean, and Golden Moss. I applied them to the elements and a little to the background in a mix with water.

I created pattern on background with Tiger’s Eye Stones Jewel Effect Paste and Gothic Stencil. My favorite Rust Effect Pastes – Brown and Red - helped me to add texture on gears and give them rusty look.

I also used several waxes: Mystic Turquoise and Green Patina to give the elements more colour and Burshed Iron, Vintage Gold, Rich Copper, Red Amber, Aged Brass to give a metallic shine.

Watch more details in video tutorial I prepared for you, I hope you like it - 


Anastasia (aka Nastyalena) 

Products I have used - all the images linked to Mixed Media Place online store:

Friday, 5 August 2022

Dream catcher by Katja Joulak

Create your own dream catcher with an embroidery frame as a base. Here I have picked ut the best goodies, like gears and some screws from the latest release of the new moulds. 

The beautiful wings come from the mould Amun and Bast. When everything is glued I have painted with Liquid Acrylic Paint, some Mica Powder from the sets Pearl Crystals and Golden Hours, and also some of the Metallic waxes.

Lof of the keys is hanging on the dream catcher from the mould Locks and Key. So my dreams will have keys to help you to open up my dreams.

There is a video tutorial for you. 

Welcome to watch and enjoy.

Xoxo Katja

Products I have used - all the images linked to Mixed Media Place online store:

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