En-Lance-d Renzo Beltrame Ivory

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lance
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Re: En-Lance-d Renzo Beltrame Ivory

Postby lance » Tue Apr 18, 2017 1:46 am

Sorry for the slow reply but i just played w it in my spare time,the plastic.is mallable,i used a crosshatch pattern to make a texture that the ink would stick to.after i scratched it all in isoaked a rag w tattoo ink & rubbed in into the picture and wiped down the excess & let it dry real.good.
Im happy to awnser any questions ya have.

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Re: En-Lance-d Renzo Beltrame Ivory

Postby JulesVane » Tue Apr 18, 2017 2:15 am

lance wrote:Sorry for the slow reply but i just played w it in my spare time,the plastic.is mallable,i used a crosshatch pattern to make a texture that the ink would stick to.after i scratched it all in isoaked a rag w tattoo ink & rubbed in into the picture and wiped down the excess & let it dry real.good.
Im happy to awnser any questions ya have.

Ahh...tattoo ink! That explains it. So, is tattoo ink as permanent on plastic as it is in skin? Or, does the artwork need some kind of sealer? I should of guessed tattoo ink with a tattoo artist...duh!
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lance
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Re: En-Lance-d Renzo Beltrame Ivory

Postby lance » Tue Apr 18, 2017 2:59 am

I used a hairdryer to dry tit to the scales,and yeah its definitely as permanent on plastic as it is on scales.
It was a fun project.

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Re: En-Lance-d Renzo Beltrame Ivory

Postby Luke_of_Mass » Sun Apr 23, 2017 5:02 pm

Would this work with actual Ivory? or is acrylic necessary?

lance
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Re: En-Lance-d Renzo Beltrame Ivory

Postby lance » Sat May 06, 2017 6:36 am

I couldn't. Say as this was my first attempt at scrimshaw.and ofcourse ivory is a super expensive material.

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Re: En-Lance-d Renzo Beltrame Ivory

Postby georgyboy » Sun May 07, 2017 10:44 am

COOL-O TOOL-O!!!


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