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In the last tutorial I showed you how to work with Worbla's Finest Art and Worbla's Deco Art.
And it goes even further with Worbla.
Today I want to tell you the theme "coloring".
Worbla can be simple paint, varnish or spray. But what only few people know, you can even color Worbla's Deco Art.
So let's go:
What do you need:
- Worbla's Deco Art
- all other basic materials you needed, see ❤ [link]
- Acrylic or tinting
Follow Step 1 till Step 3 from my first Worbla's Deco Art Tutorial ❤ [link]
Is your Worbla will turn transparent, you can knead the acrylic paint (or tinting) into your mold.
The more color you use, the stronger will be the result.
Again it is whitish/hard, immerse it again into hot water and knead it again.
Now you can work with your Worbla as before.
Knead it into the desired shape or press it into your silicone model and wait until it is hard.
Here you see the results of 3 different Worbla.
- upper cornered stone is Worbla's Finest Art - 2x painted with acrylic
- lower cornered stone is Worbla's Deco Art - 2x painted with acrylic
- triangular stone is Worbla's Deco Art - 1x light colored
Test it out and have fun while crafting.
Tip: Take small bags or cans for the leftovers that are no longer needed at the moment. Should you need to work with the color again, you can use the leftovers too.