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Fairy wings tutorial

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On 04/04/2018 à, Thimble Hall said:

Thank you for the info. the reason I asked is c=because I have quite a lot od Pergamano paper

I don't know much about this paper, but if it's possible to print on it with your regular printer, why not trying? But once printed you have to seal the image with triple thick glaze or modpodge. I also used to play with my pearl ex pigments for the back of the wings mixed with the triple thick, it gives nice shine and it shows thru a little bit at the front. 

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10 hours ago, Mid-life madness said:

@WyckedWood

I just saw these and thought I'd post....They could be really neat with the translucent Fimo. https://www.patriciarosestudio.com/html/pm_fimowings.html

And this https://www.patriciarosestudio.com/html/tut_1c14.html

H Carrie! These are very pretty, I often thought of posting that Cicada wings would make pretty fairy wings but I thought maybe people would think I was weird :) I have some that I can post if anyone wants a pair...

 

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Thanks Carrie! I had forgotten about PRs mold for wings! The cicada wings are interesting too. 

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