|Supplies used: Cheap varnish, a piece of paper with watercolor paint, and a heatgun.|
|Just drip a bit of the varnish on the paper, how much you want, in the shape you want|
|While heating it >> stage 1|
|While heating it >> stage 2|
After the first heating. I like to let it cool, and give it another heat blast, that way
you can change the shapes a bit if you want to
|After the second heating. I like it this way (ready to cut out)...|
But only a tiny bit of varnish is used here,
when you use some more, or a pattern of drips, you get a complete different result!
|This is the way it looks from the side... |
The paper is warped, but if you heat from the back
it will straighten a bit, and ofcourse you can just tape it flat.