I’m still trying to figure out how to add lights. I’d like to add them OTH but with these self contained quartz driven movements that’s not really an option - that know of anyway.
I’m going to have to break out the air brush for this - sure hope that’s like riding a bike…
I know Kingsugi is a specialty interest of yours, so I’d like to ask: is there a history of using it on non-Japanese wares? Looking at it as a total outsider, I feel the technique doesn’t work as well on such a different style of porcelain. Is that ignorance on my part?
I’m currently testing it with/without the orange base that I found worked so well with Gouache and just generally testing different approaches to find my final. Though even by itself it looks like a good, dark blood.
Kintsugi means fusing with gold and it was response to the old methods of drilling holes and using staples/stitches to put back glass, ceramic, porcelain, etc. It works well with a lot of glassware, China, and a few other earthenware as well. I started the purist way, and then just decided to expand it to paint broken pieces, fuse other unrelated wares into it, etc.
Uh-huh… The how do you explain an article in the Glasgow Herald from November 7th, 1986? 45 people die in a Chinook crash.
The cause, fatigue failure of the spiral bevel gear in the rotor box. The original article for the Glasgow Herald isn’t available on Google. But you know what I noticed? All the articles available are in black and white. And your avatar is black and white. How do you explain that Mr. Bevel? Or was that just another handy coincidence?