I Tried Recreating My Art in Real Life | Bake With ME #12
I recently decided to take on a new challenge and try to recreate my art in real life. I had seen some amazing projects online where people had taken their artwork and turned it into something tangible, and I wanted to give it a go. I chose a piece of art that I had created a few months ago, and I set out to recreate it in real life.
The first step was to figure out what materials I would need. I knew I wanted to use some kind of clay, so I went to my local craft store and picked up some air-dry clay. I also grabbed some paint, brushes, and other supplies that I thought I might need.
Next, I had to figure out how to make the clay look like my artwork. I started by sketching out the design on a piece of paper. Then, I used the clay to create the shapes and details of the artwork. I used the paint to add color and texture to the clay. It took me a few hours to get everything just right, but I was really happy with the results.
Once the clay was dry, I had to figure out how to display it. I decided to make a frame out of wood and hang it on the wall. I used some nails and screws to attach the frame to the wall, and then I added some string to hang the artwork. I was really pleased with how it turned out, and I was proud of myself for taking on this challenge.
Overall, I had a great time recreating my artwork in real life. It was a fun and creative project, and I learned a lot about working with clay and other materials. I’m definitely going to try this again in the future, and I’m excited to see what other projects I can come up with.
What materials did you use to recreate your artwork?
I used air-dry clay, paint, brushes, wood, nails, and screws.
How long did it take you to recreate your artwork?
It took me a few hours to get everything just right.
What did you learn from this project?
I learned a lot about working with clay and other materials. I also learned how to make a frame out of wood and hang it on the wall.