Mysterious variations of patterns can be used ina variety of subjects. Including ceramics, which also sometimes. very convenient to decorate. The presence of a large number of lessons and methods opens up unlimited opportunities for us to decorate various subjects. Let's try to decorate glass or ceramics with your own hands.
How to make simple patterns of divorce for ceramics - math patterns by yourself
For this we need a simple math of patterns and, of course, the availability of skills to transfer the existing pattern to the desired surface. This version of the lesson is suitable for both a cup and a plate. In the work on a beautiful craft, we will need a large number of unique items with which we will embody our ideas:
- Special nail polish (can be thick)
- Special liquid that removes varnish
- Discs or wands of cotton wool - they will produce degreasing items
- Bowl with warm liquid (water)
- Toothpick to stir lacquer in liquid
- Napkins for cleaning excess liquid.
Dishware Processing Let's analyze the creation of a unique and beautifuldrawing. First of all, it is necessary to treat the existing surface with the degreasing process. After that, you need to dilute the varnish and warm water between them. To obtain a transparent coating, two or three drops will suffice. In order to get a certain shade - add more than 5 drops. Preparation of liquid and varnish After the first varnish was usedtype, immediately add the lacquer of the second, and then the third type. In this case, you yourself are free to choose how much varnish you want to use. Then, you need to mix the colors with your own hands. After that, we lower our ceramic object into the liquid itself and wait for the varnish to cover the surface with the help of "marble" type divorces. Correcting the drawing with the help of a means of removing the varnish, this is very simple. Drying and the advantages of the procedure After doing this, we leave our workpiece to dry. Thus, we have received a simple pattern of divorces of a ceramic variant for fast and convenient decorating of dishes by own hands.