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Take Fevicryl Non Sticky Shilpkar Resin Base and Hardener to make an even dough. Roll the ball of dough and make slab.
To make the frame of Shilpkar, cut a rectangle of 5 1/2” x 7 1/2” in size. Keeping a 1” border from all the sides, cut the
inner window. Make 2 such frames.
Take an A4 sized white paper and draw the scenes from the
epic with human figures, animals and trees from the Bastar Art form on it.
Form the human figures, the cow by keeping an OHP sheet on the drawing so that it does not stick to the base. Form the trunk of the trees by rolling the dough into coils and the
leaves by the pinching technique. Enhance the accessories of the figures by sticking the coils and creating the texture
with a paper cutter.
Stick the human figures, the cow and the leaves on the frames using Fevicryl No Stitch Fabric Glue. Decorate the border of the frame by creating geometrical designs with
the coils made by rolling the Shilpkar.
Paint the frame, the figures, the cow and the trees in a dull gold shade made by mixing Fevicryl Soft Acrylic Colour - Black 202 and Fevicryl Pearl Metallic Colour - Gold 352. Take
2 wooden frames and stick the Shilpkar frame from the rear side using Fevicryl No Stitch Fabric Glue. eferring to the image .
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