Friday, July 31, 2020

PPF Texture

Hi Everyone!

I have been working on some abstract texture pieces. However, I didn't have near enough molding paste. Not to fear, I just made my own. It's an easy recipe of Plaster of Paris and white glue. In fact if you can get the consistency right it works better than store bought. 
So here is one of the pieces. 
I am linking up with Paint Party Friday. Click on the link to see all the other artists that join in. 





Have a great weekend

Nicole/DVArtist 
Honor and integrity in art, in life.

19 comments:

  1. This is a fun piece, wonderful texture, too. Happy PPF, Valerie

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  2. Oh I like that Nicole, it reminds me a bit of a volcano, well done! :)

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  3. I love this-looks like allot of fun to create too Happy PPF Kathy

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  4. I'm not certain what to think of this piece, the details and textures sure makes one think.

    Happy PPF.

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  5. It reminds me of one of those raised relief maps we used to have in school.

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  6. interesting abstract texture piece, the color is great!
    Have a good weekend, take care, hugs Elke

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  7. Wow, this technique is so interesting! I can’t decide if it looks organic, like something that was once alive, a prop from a movie about the undead, something from extreme ocean depths, decayed matter from a forest floor, or even ectoplasm from a plane beyond our own. Lol! No matter it’s origin, I like the colors. :)

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  8. Look like you possible used a leaf of some type..PPF

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  9. Luv the textures and free thoughts having fun with colour. Thanks for dropping by my blog Nicole

    Much👩‍🎨love

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  10. Oh just look at all that texture.. mmmmm I feel the need to reach out and touch this Nicole!! AWEsome piece. If you have glue you can throw almost anything into it well done on making your own!! Happy creative weekend & PPF Hugs Tracey xx

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  11. I have several recipes for texture paste, but none that are just plaster of paris and glue. This sounds even easier than the ones I have made in the past. And the results are simply out of this world. This absolutely SCREAMS texture. The coloring helps add to the beauty, too.

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  12. Wonderful texture! And I love the colors. Reminds me of a tide pool. Happy PPF, my friend!

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  13. Love it. Love the shape and colors of it. And gorgeous to see the closeups as well. :)
    Thanks!

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  14. Great textures. I had some drying up acrylic paints and the paint wouldn't come out of the tube so I cut the end off and have used the contents for texture, it had lots of lumps in it. It's a WIP.

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