How to Create And Cast Bronze Sculpture : How to Create Patina for a Bronze Sculpture

Hi, my name is Gary Mitnik. I’m a sculptor in Sedona, Arizona, and I’m here on behalf of Expert Village. The last thing we do is the patina which is the colorization of the surface of things. That can be done with chemicals, heat done with a torch, various chemicals. What kind of temperature do you need? Well, that doesn’t need to be too hot. That you just need to heat the piece. To a, compared to to the wax

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Making a Dye, Lake Pigment & Paint from Red Cabbage

Hello- This is the third episode of my paint and pigment series and this time I’m making oil paint out of red cabbage. Its gonna be a longer than usual video because so much will be happening so lets get straight into it! Here i have my red cabbage which I’m going to make a dye out of and lets just take a moment to appreciate how beautiful of a purple it is. It’s really something special and i am

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Cat Ruined With Paint On The Inside And Outside | Animal in Crisis EP3

Informer: The continuous screams, shrieks and cries drove me crazy Tsk tsk how did this happen to you Baby… A green cat has something all over itself… Informer: It can’t move easily and looks sick. It looks uncomfortable too PD: Ah, it passed by here and it got smeared Informer: Yes, it jumped over and it got smeared on the body PD: It looks like it happened recently Green traces are found But the cat can’t be seen Installing cameras

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Hot Knife vs. Butter Sculpture

Here is a turkey. Looks happy, OH NO. SKHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH. More SKHHHHHHHS Wow, look at it go. More SKHHHHHHS and bubbles begin at the edge of the knife. The knife now is sliding in and out. Natural for this species of knife to do. And it folds on its self, must of hit like what 40 G’s. The knife now take the turkey to its den where it will be consumed for a feast. Or not, ya know that turkey could

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How to paint on marble with Chalk Paint®

So I’m going to paint this marble top table. It’s the same technique as I would use if it was a laminate because it’s a little bit shiny and not really absorbent. So I’m going to choose Paris Grey because it goes nicely with Aubusson. I’ve already had it open for a little while so I’m going to add just a little bit of water because it’s just a little tiny bit thick and it’s got to flow easily and

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Marina Abramović visits her crystal sculpture

It’s very exciting to see in such an unbelievable cold weather. It’s like 30 degrees up here and it’s autumn and leaves are falling down and it’s the most romantic moment this morning that I can encounter, you know, my work. It’s very beautiful and emotional. In this situation here at Crystal Bridges is very special. The museum is an extension of nature and nature is an extension of the museum. So somehow it’s a kind of inbetween territory. This

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A Trip to The Louvre Sculpture Museum in Japan

Where we going Natalie? The statue park I don’t know what it’s called! Where are we going Ron? The Louvre Statue Museum Very succinct. Yes. We are. How long have we been wanting to go to this park? It’s gotta be at least two years now I think it’s three Three? Did we know about it that long ago? We definitely had seen it. Is this our train? Our train has arrived, guys! Ron wants to know, is you making

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Eva Marguerre Design HD 2.0

Basically, I’m just really interested in producing beautiful things. To stage beautiful colours, to work with colours and shapes. This is a kind of inner need. I’m fascinated by old handicrafts. They influence me, but I’m trying to absorb them and then free myself from them again. In most cases, there is a material that interests me and that I want to work with. Then I simply start to experiment with it. To me, it’s all about haptics: Does it

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Office Erotic Asphyxiation with James McAvoy – After Hours with Josh Horowitz

(beeps, clicks, error noise) (sighs) – Hey is this IT? Can you send somebody over? – Knockity knock. I heard I was wanted. (laughs) I heard you were having a hard time with your hard drive. – Its weird, I literally just called a second ago. – I’m pretty fast, but when things get hot and sticky I know to take things slowly. Plus, I like to make sure my clients get the full bang for their buck. – This

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