...but I like how the glass "eyes" turned out. They aren't right for the project I am/was trying but I will keep them for another plaster cloth guy. If I had painted Quillzy's base bright white instead of the color I ended up choosing, I would have a can of white spray paint...but I didn't so I don't. I will go get one tomorrow I guess, and start over.
|When I checked on the eyes today it turns out the Sharpie is still visible through the white acrylic paint...not that that part matters.|
|There are lines/grooves in the white painted under surface of the eyes -- they need another coat (at least). I think they turned out like this because it is white acrylic paint that I applied with a brush -- instead of white spray paint.|
|I put on a second coat of paint...not too likely to work, but it's all I have for today.|
|I like them...they are not quite right for the project I intended them for, but I will save them for possible future use for a different plaster cloth guy.|
I was secretly on the fence about this variation of Tookies -- but I really really like them a lot now that I have found a rhythm for making them. They are coming out more uniformly now. Whew!