Ceramic Art

Hey today m gonna be adding my ceramic work. It is very special to me cuz this was the first thing that i had learnt in the art class i attend...The first one is a name plate, which i had made on Diwali when we shifted to our new home...


Second one is a Vaastu Mural...It is considered very auspicious in India...

It was mostly my mum's effort, I just lent her a hand ;)

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12 comments:

anandhirajan said...

HI, Excellent work.Both the Murals are nice.vasthu mural is extraordinary
anandhirajan

swathi said...

Vaasthu mural is awesome......

Manasa said...

Hi ,
Just found your blog...I was interested in making the name plate that you made...could you please tell me how to make one ? What materials would I need and what how much time does it take ? any help would be really appreciated !

organdyflowers said...

@manasa sure...plz give me ur mail id and i will give u the details...

sudha said...

i just like that came across ur blog, when i was surfing for a good mural. i loved urs. can u just guide me to make it. i could not go out for any class, as ive two kids.....plz. let me know if can help me to guide and my email is rgsudha79@yahoo.com .

awaiting ur reply.

regards,
sudha

Anonymous said...

hey..nice work..could you tell me how you made the name plate? my id is shanbhagneha10@gmail.com

Unknown said...

Hi can you please share the tutorial for your ceramic name plate it's very very nice my email id is sridharanitha@gmail.com

MUKESH PRASAD said...

can you send me steps to make these two ceramic arts? My email id is mukeshprasad_hit@yahoo.co.in

Aiswarya M said...

hi just came thru ur blog.....gud one...interesting....i am interested in learning ceramic name plate ...can u give me tutorial my mail is aiswarya.madathil@rediffmail.com

Shweta said...

Hey,

Can u pls also give me details on how u made the mural art. It's fantastic gal. Pls mail me on ankitakarwar@gmail.con

Shweta said...

Hey can u pls also give me the procedure how u made it? Reply on ankitakarwar@gmail.com

Astha Khare said...

Hey Shweta,

Thank you for the compliment.

For the vastu mural I used a wooden base and different wooden cutouts for the sun, the temple, base for the kalash and Om. I stuck all these cutouts on the wooden base and then used paste on it.

For the paste i used two parts of plaster of paris, one part paper pulp one part fevicol and water as required.

After the whole thing dried I used ceramic paints on top.

For the details like leaves, feet, swastik, Om and Shri Ganeshaya Namah I used half white and half black M seal and quickly made them into the respective shapes as it dries quickly.

I stuck them on the Mural with fevicol.

Then I added beads and crystals to make the whole thing look prettier.

Lastly, I varnished the whole thing and let it dry for two odd days.

Vola!!! My vastu mural was ready.

If you need any more details let me know I will try and make a tutorial video if possible.

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