Monday, 17 July 2017

Make A Wood Stump Tea Light Candle Holder

Make a wood stump tea light candle holder using plaster of Paris for the carving template. Also in this video, a paint job is applied to the model sculpture tea light holder to demonstrate paint effects and to seal the finished model/sculpture ready for latex molding, to create reproduction casts.

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Music by Angel Rust

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Products & materials used in this video:

Sony DSCW800 Digital Compact Camera (20.1 MP, 5x Optical Zoom) - Black:

Sony CX240E Full HD Camcorder - Black:

Nikon D5300 Digital SLR Camera - Black (24.2 MP, AF-P 18-55VR Lens Kit) 3-Inch LCD Screen:

Mouldmaster 5 Kg Plaster of Paris, White:

Chiltern Arts 8 Tubes Of Assorted Colour Acrylic Paint - 120ml Tubes:

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