Pottery Painting
Practice Bakes Perfect Challenge #35

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This is my pottery painting cookie. 3D construction inspired by @Julia M. Usher, (Thanks Julia!) though I couldn't achieve the neatness and sharpness as she is . I love 3D cookies the most and decided to make this 3D pottery. The pottery mold made out of aluminium foil. 
For this one I used Gel food colouring, undiluted and painted with the dry brush method. Used blow dryer to dry each layer. But due too much humidity here it has started to blur.

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Kanch J posted:

This is my pottery painting cookie. 3D construction inspired by @Julia M. Usher, (Thanks Julia!) though I couldn't achieve the neatness and sharpness as she is . I love 3D cookies the most and decided to make this 3D pottery. The pottery mold made out of aluminium foil. 
For this one I used Gel food colouring, undiluted and painted with the dry brush method. Used blow dryer to dry each layer. But due too much humidity here it has started to blur.

Did your colors blur/bleed while you were still painting, or did that occur several hours or days later?

This is an impressive 3-D project! I know you have struggled with the painting for this challenge because you haven't had access to corn syrup, but one plus of using straight gel colors is that you can get some seriously saturated colors. The down-side, of course, is that often the gels don't fully dry! Despite all of your difficulties, I think this is a wonderful entry! I love the overall shape and design of the urn, and the combination of floral and geometric patterns. The texture of the vase, and especially the interior of the bowls is very pottery-like! It is extremely difficult to paint on a vertical, curved surface, but you have dome a great job, while maintaining the clean lines and symmetry of your designs. 

Bakerloo Station posted:
Kanch J posted:

This is my pottery painting cookie. 3D construction inspired by @Julia M. Usher, (Thanks Julia!) though I couldn't achieve the neatness and sharpness as she is . I love 3D cookies the most and decided to make this 3D pottery. The pottery mold made out of aluminium foil. 
For this one I used Gel food colouring, undiluted and painted with the dry brush method. Used blow dryer to dry each layer. But due too much humidity here it has started to blur.

Did your colors blur/bleed while you were still painting, or did that occur several hours or days later?

It's started to blur after a day. Specially Black and Red colour.

Bakerloo Station posted:

This is an impressive 3-D project! I know you have struggled with the painting for this challenge because you haven't had access to corn syrup, but one plus of using straight gel colors is that you can get some seriously saturated colors. The down-side, of course, is that often the gels don't fully dry! Despite all of your difficulties, I think this is a wonderful entry! I love the overall shape and design of the urn, and the combination of floral and geometric patterns. The texture of the vase, and especially the interior of the bowls is very pottery-like! It is extremely difficult to paint on a vertical, curved surface, but you have dome a great job, while maintaining the clean lines and symmetry of your designs. 

Thank you so much dear Christine @Bakerloo Station 😘❤ for your in-detail capture, appreciation and it really encouraged me. I'm so glad that you liked it. Though I had to face some difficulties, I eagerly wanted to participate with a unique entry.

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