This is my first post on this blog. I so wished that I had my complete blog and years and years worth of posts but unfortunately there was no saving it. I have waited far to long to re-instate this. More than an introduction, I really think your first post should state something about you. I am not really a conventional person when it comes to art and always like to stand on the edge using newer products and technologies. I always like to try the unconventional supplies that you would not expect to apply into art, this being one of them.
Durham’s Rock Hard Water Putty is a gypsum-based powder that becomes very hard when mixed with water. It never shrinks and has great bonding strength. It is normally used to fill holes and patch items but has been used by artists for some time. Below is a few videos of this project start to finish along with photos of the completed piece so you can see better.