I poured Paverpol Transparent into a container, then added torn strips of pattern paper and mixed them in the Paverpol. Paverpol not only adds dimension once hardened, it also acts as an adhesive.
I removed excess Paverpol from the strips and placed the strips of paper on the skull. I continued adding pattern paper strips until the skull was completely covered. I built up the layers for depth. I also turned over some of the strips to allow some of the pattern paper to show.
Once the skull was completely covered, I left it to dry over night. Look at all that texture.
Once dry, the texture was awesome. I used an assortment of paints to paint the skull, blending colors as needed and working the paint into all the crevises.
The dimension is evident on the skull. I love it. Paper soaked Paverpol hardens into an amazing textured finish.
I could have added an assortment of elements to really "funk" up the skull, but I think a cute bow created with the Bowdabra was all she needed, don't you?
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