Fevicryl Acrylic Colours - Black 02, Chrome Yellow 03, Crimson 04, Dark Green 06, Light Green 12, Mauve 15, Orange 17, Sap Green 21, Neon Yellow 011, Neon Orange 017, White 27, Leaf Green 62, Fevicryl Mouldit, Fevicryl Fabric Glue, Fine Art Brushes, Corrugated Sheet, Pencil, Paper Cutter, Rolling Pin, Clay Carving Tools, Colour Palette, Water Container
An amazing DIY that keeps you rooted, rooted to our roots of tradition in so many ways. Inspired by Madhubani art comes this DIY, exuding colour and vibrancy so well. A touch of traditional accent to your décor and see how spaces can be transformed with a different vibe altogether.
We will be using a corrugated sheet to create the structure of the two fishes. Begin by cutting a corrugated sheet into a circle of 6” in diameter and fold in such a way that base is curved and not flat.
Take Fevicryl – resin base & hardener mix well to form an even dough.
Roll the dough with a rolling pin to make a medium thin slab.
Cover the corrugated cutout with the clay, to shape it into a fish, as seen in the image. Stick using Fevicryl Fabric Glue. Let it dry.
Make two such fishes. Smoothen and mould them, pierce holes on the top of each of the fishes. Use clay carving tools for ease. (This is for a pen or pencil to be inserted).
Give a base coat of Fevicryl Acrylic Colour – White 27, to the fishes.
Draw a Madhubani pattern on the body of the fishes.
Paint the Madhubani pattern using Fevicryl Acrylic Colours - Black 02, Chrome Yellow 03, Crimson 04, Dark Green 06, Light Green 12, Mauve 15, Orange 17, Sap Green 21, Neon Yellow 011, Neon Orange 017, White 27 and Leaf Green 62. Let it dry.
Once painted and dried, your rocking pen holder is now ready to deck your desk.
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