GENERAL POWERTEX INFO
Powertex is a water based product,
an environmently friendly alternative for polyester
it hardens all absorbent materials and with the complementary products in its' range, and other mixed media - the creative and artistic possibilities are infinite
I prefer to work with gloves, but you can perfectly well work without
wash your hands with warm water to remove powertex easily
wear bad clothes and shoes
protect your crafting desk and floor with plastic foil
do not pour Powertex or clean remainders in your sink !
let your artwork dry on plastic during 6 weeks in a dry room of min. 16 degrees
regularly turn your artwork to dry at all sides
you find more info re product via link here under
GENERAL INFO VIRTUAL ONLINE VIDEO WORKSHOP
THE ONLINE WORKSHOP IS SPLIT IN SEVERAL SEPARATE STEP BY STEP
PROCES DESCRIPTIONS & ONLINE VIDEOS
SO YOU CAN MORE EASILY FOLLOW/TRACK BACK
VIDEOS ARE IN DISPLAY MODUS ONLY
THERE IS NO SOUND/NO SPEAKING/NO TEXT IN THE VIDEOS
BUT TOGETHER WITH
THE STEP DESCRIPTIONS
GIVEN ON THIS PAGE
FULL SCREEN AND CLOSE UP/EXTRACTS
OF THE CREATION AND/OR FILM SCENARIOS
THE DISPLAY OF FULL PROCES
MY BODY LANGUAGE & MIMICS
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES
CLICK ON THE WHITE ARROW TO START VIDEOS
CLICK ON THE YOUTUBE ICON
CLICK THE ENLARGE SCREEN BUTTON
DEMO MINI-TECHNIQUE ONLINE VIDEO WORKSHOP
IS DONE ON
THE NO SOUND MODUS ALLOWS YOU
TO PLAY YOUR OWN FAVOURITE BACKGROUND MUSIC
WITHOUT MY TALKING IN BETWEEN
AND/OR HAVING TO LISTEN TO MUSIC YOU DO NOT LIKE ;-)
DEMO ON CANVAS 60X60X4CM
PREPARATION CANVAS & MATERIALS
Clean the surface of the canvas with some water & soap
to remove the primer which was industrially applied in production
Some primers are sometimes a bit greasy,
as well as might be our hands/fingers holding the canvas..
Rince sponge/Remove water&soap and dry.
The above is to ensure the Powertex products hold better onto the surface/object.
Prepare your workspace & above materials,
and eventually also below print outs as guidelines to get started.
Make some drawings on a piece of plastic foil and/or make cut outs from a newspaper.