Saturday, 12 June 2010

How to make figures with shells?

Something new this time :) You all might be thinking where am i diapprearing in between, i'm really tied up with my work. there are lot of things am doing currently and needs to be updated, but its not completed yet.

I am on my way to some awesome quilling projects, i hope i get enough time to complete and upload it soon.

Anyways, let us keep the quilling aside and see something new, not very new to who already know about it, but its new for me as i'm doing it for the first time.

Materials you need:

1) Shells (Any of your choice)
2) Silicone sealant / Fevicol
3) Fabric colours

How to make it:

There is not much to explain how to make these beautiful figures, you just need is to decide what you want to make and then get some shells of the desired shapes and sizes.

Use silicone sealant and start sticking shells as per your figure or anything that you wish to make.

Use fabric colurs to give glow to your shell figures. Use the colurs to make it more lively.

So enjoy making this simple shell figures. I hope evryone will try this our for sure :)

Now what i need is your valuable comments, so comments please :)

Here is my work.


Shell-work-lady-carrying-vegetables

Shell-work-cock-and-hen

shell-figures-work

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9 Comments:

Blogger Srigowri said...

superb.............

13 June 2010 at 23:05  
Blogger Sudha - Art Admirer said...

Amazing,awesome,I like it.

14 June 2010 at 09:49  
Blogger Rupaalii Shinde said...

hey beautiful ....hmm will try it

15 June 2010 at 04:30  
Blogger Rupali said...

I came across your site yday. since yday i went thru all ur work... Just now finished with ur last blog. Just amazing work... the best one which i liked the most is mural work. thanks for all the procedures u have given in ur blogs. I want to follow ur blog... how can i do that?

Thanks and Regards,
Rupali Shingate

9 July 2010 at 02:47  
Blogger Shree said...

Love your blog. Have a question, can you let me know what did u use to get such beautiful edges in your diyas?

13 July 2010 at 06:48  
Blogger amruta said...

jus loved ur work...really nice, do u gv classes for the same

16 July 2010 at 02:12  
Blogger manoj said...

beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

16 July 2010 at 07:29  
Blogger Preethi said...

hi reshmi!!!
i seen your shell paintings. it is a unique idea. i like it very much... keep it up. i want some other new painting methods from you. pls send to my address. preethi.n16@gmail.com

23 July 2010 at 22:44  
Anonymous Jinoop J Nair said...

exceptional..congrats

22 January 2011 at 00:00  

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