Leaf Coat Update

Things have been progressing along. The coat is taking real form now (I’m keeping the current images a secret still!). So here is the update…

Day 2 progress on teh back. This was one of the easiest days. I do have to wait typically over 24 hrs for all the goop to dry before removing from the glass.
Day 2 progress on the back. This was one of the easiest days. I do have to wait typically over 24 hrs for all the goop to dry before removing from the glass.
I've had to use two windows to accomidate the size. This was the starting layout for building up the front panels. With the glass, I can draw out the pattern on the back side. Very handy!
I've had to use two windows to accomidate the size. This was the starting layout for building up the front panels. With the glass, I can draw out the pattern on the back side. Very handy!
Here is the piece looking a bit more coatish.
Here is the piece looking a bit more coat like. Starting to look pretty good.

More to come in a day or so. Currently the sleeves are giving me fits. I’ll get it sorted today.

Published by paperstew

I'm an artist in Albany Oregon focusing on paper and natural objects for inspiration.

One thought on “Leaf Coat Update

  1. This is so beautiful; it’s amazing how lacey and delicate the leaves look when gathered collectively and displayed with such care.

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