Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Cone Work



Hi!!


I had this wooden cut out lying with for a year now. This is wall clock in peacock shape. I had seen this at somebody's house & decided to get the same for my house. On my request my dear friend obliged me & got the same cut out for me from Gurgaon & delivered it at my place also. 




I kept it in my cupboard & forgot all about it. I think human nature is like that. When you want something desperately in life you make all efforts to get it, but once you have acquired it you kind of loose interest in that......... 

Few months earlier she called me up & asked me whether I completed the clock...... & then it struck...... OMG how can I forget....So this is how this piece got my attention :)

Initially, I thought of doing M-seal work on this., but then deciding against it I dared myself on trying out cone work on this. The only time I have tried cone work is when I was learning Relief painting & found it very tricky. Bringing together the cone mixture is very difficult task for me . Sometimes it becomes tooo runny .. other times tooo thick. Still I decided to go ahead & give it a try....

I gave the base color red & then did the cone work.. For the mixture I have used stone powder and carpenters glue.







As you can see I have re-worked on the colors  .........





to reach the final picture......... 





I still have to affix the clock then it will be fully complete.




Hope you guys like it :) 

Do drop in and let me know how it looks :)

Till next time take care and have a nice week !! :)






11 comments:

  1. Wow your neat cone work has turned the peacock into a beautiful piece ,moreover vibrant colours have enhanced it .I would love to see the final piece with the clock fixed.waiting eagerly
    Cheers

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  2. Wow your neat cone work has turned the peacock into a beautiful piece ,moreover vibrant colours have enhanced it .I would love to see the final piece with the clock fixed.waiting eagerly
    Cheers

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  3. wow..thats a gorgeous finish

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  4. Hi... This is tooo good... Very intricate and neat... Loved it Mousumi :)

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