Fevicryl Acrylic Colours - Black 02, Crimson 04, Golden Yellow 09, Turquoise Blue 22, Violet 25, White 27, Cerulean Blue 32, Deep Brilliant Purple 64, Teal Blue 68, Neon Pink 018, Fevicol MR, Fine Art Brushes, Plastic Cold Drink Bottles, White Cement, Scissors, PVC Pipe, Plastic Bowl, Pencil, Colour Palette, Water Container
A very interesting technique with cement that can help mould any kind of shape. Create your own masterpieces by thinking out of the box and making your own style statement with personalised décor.
The first stage will teach you how to mould with cement using plastic bottles to get shapes. Take two plastic bottles – one big and one small. Cut them into half.
Insert the small bottle into the larger one, blocking the end with a PVC pipe. Invert this onto a wide mouthed jar, just like you see in the image above, for balance and ease.
Make a runny mixture of cement and water. Pour this into the crevice that has been formed between the two bottles. Let this set dry for 24 hours. (Tip – grease the innards of bottle before pouring the cement, with some oil, so that while de-moulding it is easy.
Using scissors, neatly separate the plastic coverings from the cement. You will get an interesting vase shape, like what you see in the image. Give a base coat of Fevicryl Acrylic Colour – White 27. Let it dry.
Choose a desirable American memphis pattern and draw it around the vase in a balanced manner.
Start painting the pattern in bright and vibrant shades of Fevicryl Acrylic Colours - Black 02, Crimson 04, Golden Yellow 09, Turquoise Blue 22, Violet 25, White 27, Cerulean Blue 32, Deep Brilliant Purple 64, Teal Blue 68 and Neon Pink 018. Your vase with a twist is now ready.
X'Mas Tree Wrapped Bottle
Santa Platter For Chocolates
Bottle With Mirror
Plastic Bottle With Elephant Head
Bell Flowers On Bottle
Animal Face On The Bottle
Still Life On Bottle