Artwork and Blog Post by Renee Warwick, WA
Hi to all our Powertex FUNaddicts, the theme for October is Halloween & here at Powertex we are celebrating the holiday of ‘Day of the Dead’ with this awesome sugar skull kit… I was sooo inspired by this month’s theme and the meaning behind this celebration that I couldn’t wait to get down and dirty with my Powertex and share this creation with you all!!!
My challenge to myself was to only use what was within the kit… And I am proud to say that’s exactly what I did with the exception of sourcing a really cool napkin to cover my mask with as you will see below… Let’s get started…
Tools and Extra Supplies:
NOTE: don’t keep painting the easycoat in one area as you will break your image… Don’t worry too much if you get some creases in this as it will add to texture later…
Check all your Chippies now and coat the back of them with Powertex - blue… You’ll see that I gave my skull eye lashes, I created these using the scallopy chippy piece by cutting away the swirls … Paint these cut edges with the blue Powertex
Voila You’re Done…
So, how’s your Sugar Skull looking? Please don’t forget to share your designs onto our Powertex Australia Group page on Facebook and also Funky RenWa’s Designs...
Thank you for taking the time to read my blog...
I hope that I have been able to inspire you on your creative journey with Powertex…
I look forward to having some more fun next month and sharing many more hints and tips with you all… Here’s a little hint of what to expect...
I’ve been told that we can be a little naughty… Ooh La La!!!
Cheers for now to you all...
Your friendly Neighbourhood Powertex FUNatic
RenWa (Renee’ Warwick)
P.S. Don’t forget to check out our resource page on Powertex Australia… Lots of great free tutorials and resources on how to use our products
Ashley Hay is an artist and the Importer of Powertex for Australia. Ashley has become a great advocate for this amazing product and wishes to share her excitement about the versatility of Powertex with others.