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    Papercraft! Download, Print, Cut & Fold.

    Papercraft! Download, Print, Cut & Fold.
    So, suddenly you found out that your working space is a little boring and wanted to put some little cute miniature stuffs but without spending any money. Well, why don’t just making this do-it-yourself free papercraft? There are several sites that offer free, downloadable, nicely designed paper models in PDF or picture format. You can print them out on a heavy ...
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    Moneygami: The Art of Paper Money Folding

    Moneygami: The Art of Paper Money Folding
    There is a Chinese quotation said that money is not everything, but without money you can’t do many things, including this. Introducing the art of moneygami, where origami meets paper money. I have seen many people use money paper to fold a heart shape or something simple, but Hasegawa Yousuke has taken paper money folding to the next level. !! [widget:9_steps_guide_art_benifits] ...
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    How to Make your Own Envelopes

    h4. Make your own templates for envelopes, and convert sheet paper to stationery! 1. Carefully disassemble and flatten a store-bought envelope of any mailable size. 2. Trace the outline onto card stock. 3. Cut out the template with a sharp craft knife with a #11 blade. 4. Trace the template shape onto any exotic artists' paper, and cut out with your ...
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    Traditional Sculpture Materials

    Most artists think sculpture is only possible in a large, industrial studio with access to a kiln, forge and foundry. While it’s true that certain processes are only possible in a large facility, there are many ways to work in three dimensions in a small studio, or even in your own living space, with no special equipment. Clay is certainly the ...
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    How to Make a Mold

    h4. When ready to make a mold, the most basic method is: 1. Wear a particle mask; mix plaster according to package instructions 2. Literally cover the entire model with plaster, down to the board beneath (although more complex shapes may require a multiple piece mold). A thin, milky plaster should be flicked on with the fingers until all is covered. ...
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