Do you like the texture-rich look of handmade paper?
Golden Texture Paste gives you that look and does it a whole lot faster than if you had whipped up your own batch in a blender dedicated to paper making.
Here is a video by StencilGirl's MaryBeth Shaw, showing how to use a specific type of stencil with texture paste in creating 3-dimensional shapes for embellishing your art projects.
The necessary type of stencil is one that has a silhouette cut-out like these, for example:
|Above: 6" x 6" Cats s183 -- one of the stencils MaryBeth uses in this video|
|Above: 6" x 6" Pair o' Parrots s395|
I've designed a number of silhouette-style stencils, some of which would work with this technique up to a point, but additional linework would be needed after the fiber paste had dried, in cases like this ....
|Above: The body of Heron s175 would work fine with fiber paste casting, but the legs would probably be more successful if done with linework, added after the paste had dried.|
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