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Worbla's Deco Art Tutorial I

Thu May 9, 2013, 9:04 AM
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Based on 2 tutorials, I have given you a view about Worbla's Finest Art.
Today I want to bring you his little brother closer:

Worbla's DECO Art

For all american friends: it is similar to Friendly Plastic. Nevertheless I want to show you the handling of this material closer.
The Worbla materials work similar. A second tutorial on Worbla's Deco Art will come soon, too.

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For everyone who don't know where to buy Worbla's Deco Art. You can buy it here:
coscraft www.coscraft.co.uk/
my costume www.mycostumes.de/

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Let's start:

Step 1



What do you need:
Worbla's Deco Art
A bowl / pot
a sieve water boiler plus water
(Kitchen) towels (if it drips)
Optional: a silicone mold etc.


Step 2



Fill in the quantity required of Worbla (white beads) in your sieve. Immerse it into the boiled water, which you have previously poured into the bowl.


Step 3



You can see how the white Worbla will turn transparent. After it has completely turned transparent, take it out the sieve and knead it. It should have a smooth surface. Again it is whitish, immerse it again into hot water.


Step 4



Press the Worbla into the mold or bend it freehand. Wait until it gets white to remove it.

For sculpture you can knead it for so long and reheat again until you have your desired shape.


Step 5



Now you can cut or even clean all edges for a final finish.

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:iconmichelle13579123:
michelle13579123 Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Where did you get the gem mold?
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ErlkoeniginCosplay Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2014  Hobbyist
Hallo Naraku! 
Ich wollte jetzt nur mal fragen woher du diese tolle Form für die Steine hast? ^3^
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BiDr Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2013
I like your tutorials!
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Mokuyo Featured By Owner May 13, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
Awww das ist echt super!
Ich dachte anfangs immer, dass Worbla's Deco Art der "Kleber" ist um die einzelnen Worbla's Finest Art zu verbinden.

Kann man Deco Art auch in der Hand formen und später glatt feilen?
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Naraku-Sippschaft Featured By Owner May 13, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
Das musst du leider selber testen. Das kann ich dir nicht sagen. Aber mit nem Löffel etc. kann man es auch step by step glätten.
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Mokuyo Featured By Owner May 14, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
Ok, werd ich dann wohl bei Gelegenheit mal machen. Dankeschön! <3
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MarlinGrey Featured By Owner May 10, 2013
That's neat. Can you add another layer/more material on top of a first one or do you have to choose the right amount from the beginning?
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Naraku-Sippschaft Featured By Owner May 11, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
thank you! ^^
You can put more as one layer on your stone or sculptur etc.
Sometimes you don't know how many material do you need for an sculptur. So it is possible to remove it from your basic mold or add some of it.
But don't forget to reheat it with hot water ^.~
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MarlinGrey Featured By Owner May 11, 2013
Okay, thanks! That sounds great :)
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