Fevicryl Acrylic Colour - Black, Fevicryl Acrylic Colour Pearl Metallic - Gold 352, Fevicryl Mouldit, Fevicryl Fabric Glue, Fine Art Brushes, Half a Meter Red fabric Golden Border, Corrugated Sheet, Pencil, Paper Cutter, Clay Carving Tools, Colour Palette, Water Container
In ancient India, daggers or the kataar were usually made of copper or bronze, while royalty had gold weapons. Daggers are a popular form of what is known as the "art knife". This kataar is ornamented with the symbols of the dynasty made by the blacksmiths. We have tried reviving the same blacksmith’s ancient art with Corrugated sheet & Fevicryl Mouldit through this DIY.
Take a corrugated sheet, mark and cut a basic outline shape of the blade of a dagger. We are going to replicate an old antique dagger using a corrugated sheet and Fevicryl Mouldit.
Cut along the outlines with a paper cutter.
Take Fevicryl Mouldit - resin base and hardener, mix it thoroughly to form an even dough.
Roll it to make a slab with a rolling pin. Cover the dagger with a thin slab of Fevicryl Mouldit. Take some clay to make the engraved symbols of a lion, to depict the pride of an Indian king or their kingdom. A male buffalo to depict the enemy. Create a floral design on the handle of the dagger using clay carving tools and use Fevicryl Fabric Glue for sticking the dough on the sheet. Let it dry completely.
Paint the dagger blade with Fevicryl Acrylic Colour – Black & Pearl Metallic - Gold 352 to get an antique metal look for the blade of the dagger.
Take the red fabric with a golden border and make the frame for the dagger.
Stick the dagger on the fabric frame using Fevicryl Fabric Glue. Let it dry completely.
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