I see quite a few gouache paintings on Sugar Skull St Patrick’s Day Saint Patty’s Day T-Shirt the sub. I real like them, including yours. What do you like about the medium. What is different about it. It’s almost like oil paints more than watercolor. You can continue to blend really well after it’s dry and the way the colors pop looks almost like acrylics compared to watercolor. I still can use watercolor over gouache to add more depth and it’s easy to use pens or white ink over so for my purposes it’s perfect.
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I actually used all automotive paint. The Sugar Skull St Patrick’s Day Saint Patty’s Day T-Shirt porcelain took a 220 grit scratch pretty well so I hit it with a coat of primer and then painted it and cleared it with automotive paints. I work in a body shop, so it was readily available. Handmade from polymer clay. They get heated twice in an oven which turns them into a hard durable polymer. The base color comes from the original clay and the details are painted on then clear coated. Very durable. They have some weight too. Here’s some of the hard wood beads I have left.
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I have this Sugar Skull St Patrick’s Day Saint Patty’s Day T-Shirt one olive green lanyard with a dark wood bead. This one is gutted so it’ll fit into a very small lanyard hole. Plus some pics of the paracord colors I have right now. Not to hijack the thread, but looking through you post history I also like the crk style lanyards you had posted a while back. Any chance you could do one with a Ti bead? I’ll take 4th from the right on the top row with the purple face and orange para and the black and white guy 3rd from the left on the very bottom. Thanks! Cool.
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