- Last Updated: Tuesday, 04 February 2020 21:45
- CD-019 Small Weathered Wood Angel
- SC-15 Tuxedo
- SC-22 Carrot Top
- SC-20 Cashew Later
- SC-11 Blue Yonder
- SC-14 Java Bean
- SC-73 Candy Apple Red
- SC-26 Green Thumb
- SC-42 Butter Me Up
- SC-27 Sour Apple
- SC-86 Old Lace
- SC-48 Camel Back
- CB-604 Soft Fan
- CB-110 Liner
- CB-106 Script Liner
- DSS-0113 Bugs
- DSS-0158 Buggin’ Out
- AC-310 Silkscreen Medium
- Palette Knife
- small clay pot
The angel’s arms attach and are posable, so I recommend if you want her to hold the pot, purchase it first to you can get a good fit. Fire the greenware to 04.
Thin slightly SC-48 Camel Back brush on the entire angle, wipe back with a damp sponge to antique.
Brush two coats of SC-20 Cashew Later with CB-106 Script liner to the face and arms, brush SC-22 Carrot top to the cheeks, subdue the Carrot Top by brushing another coat of Cashew Later over the Carrot Top.
Brush the hair with two coats of SC-22 Carrot Top, use the liner brush.
Brush the top layer of the dress with two coats of SC-86 Old Lace, avoid deep crevices in the gown.
Brush the lower skirt and the flower hat with 2 coats of SC-11 Blue Yonder, the stem with SC-27 Sour Apple, the neck trim with 2 coats of SC-42 Butter Me Up.
Brush the wings with Old Lace, brush in a little SC-27 Sour Apple, and lightened Blue Yonder. (Lighten with old lace).
Use SC-14 Java Bean to float color into the shadow areas to deepen the shadow.
Thicken SC-15 Tuxedo with AC-310 Silkscreen Medium using a palette knife to the consistency of peanut butter. Use the lady bug screen with the shiny side down, on the flower hat, rub the thickened screening material over the screen. Brush two coats of SC-73 Candy Apple Red into the body of the lady bug with CB-110 Liner.
Screen the lower section of the dress with the various flower screens and lady bug screens, fill in with the various colors as shown.
Clear glaze if desired, I think it gives the piece a better finish.
Fire to cone 05/06