Use Liquid Glass, wire and logs to create a decorative objects with animated lines!
Tri-Art White Gesso
Liquid Glass Pouring Colours
Wire, Aged Log, Drill.
These wires were finds in a parking lot. To create the swirls and animated line effect, a soft gage wire can be twisted and manipulated.
Note: Logs should be dry.
Sand, then prime the top of the log with Gesso. This will create a sealed and reflective surface for the paint. 2-3 coats, full strength Gesso recommended.
Pour Liquid Glass onto the surface. Liquid Glass may be mixed prior to adding or allow unpredictable mixing and paint patterns to happen with wet on wet mixes. In the photo above, White was applied and then the Red.
Pour on and tilt the surface in order for the paint to flow around. In this case some of the matte gesso was left to create different reflections and a textured layer effect.
Once painted, leave on a level surface in an area away from air borne particles.
Option for applying paint:
Mix Liquid Glass colours prior to pouring onto the surface. In the image above the White and Red were pre-mixed. White and Red were mixed first, then poured onto the surface. Inserting the Wire:
There are two options for this step.
The wire may be put in before the colours are poured or after once the surface is dry. Allow the paint to dry for 24 hours.
Determine the centre of the log. Drill a hole the same diameter as the wire you are inserting. Pour in some Liquid Glass into the hole to glue/set the wire in place.
Note: A screw may be put in and removed to create a hole for the wire. The screw should be the same diameter as the wire.
Objects may be displayed on their own or in groupings.