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I tried the Stolloween mache method , although I forgot to brace when I did the clay part. I'm not 100% happy with it ,but satisfied for my first try. I have more in the works that already look better than this one did at that stage.



 

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I kinda rushed it , I should have added more layers of mache . I didn't put any braces so the bottom sunk in during the paper clay process. Took me about 3 days , most of that is waiting for it to dry. I used acrylics from Walmart with an airbrush. The shine come from the Thompsons water seal I brushed on.
 

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Looks good! I did my first this week (still needs to be painted) and I have to admit, it was a long process.... I put 4 layers of newspaper and one layer of shop towels.... But so far, so good! ;)
 
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