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A painted Sculpture made from Foam Roll Mat Material

SKU#:
v14178

A painted Sculpture made from Foam Roll Mat Material

SKU#:
v14178

This sculpture, inspired by Picasso, is cut out from EVA foam rubber (Roll mat material). The foam rubber is painted with A-Color matt acrylic paint in different colours and assembled with cloth tape when dry.

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A painted Sculpture made from Foam Roll Mat Material
A painted Sculpture made from Foam Roll Mat Material

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    Cut a piece of foam rubber sleeping mat material according to your imagination; here it meassures approx. 30 cm.
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    Draw a line to cut round using a marker; here we've drawn a surreal profile.
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    Paint the foam rubber in different colours using A-Color matt acrylic paint according to your imagination. (Here we have painted the edges of the foam rubber with black paint). Leave to dry.
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    You may cut out eyes etc. from the foam rubber and glue the parts onto the sculpture using Craft glue.
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    Assemble the sculpture with cloth tape which is attached onto the back of the painted foam rubber. A TIP: you may sew the sculpture together with coarse stitches.
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    You may decorate the sculpture with a headdress – also cut out from painted foam rubber sleeping mat material; here a circle with a 30 cm diameter, cut out like a coil.
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    A TIP: Alternatively you may cut out the coil from a square piece of foam rubber.
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    Paint the coil in the same manner as the sculpture's body. Leave to dry.
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    Place the coil into shape according to your own imagination and place it on top of the sculpture like a headdress.
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    You may cut small notches in the coil in order for it to keep its shape. Alternatively you may use a bit of glue.
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