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Pastry Tube Prop Decoration

Discussion in 'Scenery, Props, and Rigging' started by Randy Storms, Mar 30, 2019.

  1. Randy Storms

    Randy Storms Member

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    This video crossed my FB feed today and I thought the technique might be handy for prop construction:
     
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  2. JonCarter

    JonCarter Well-Known Member

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    Interesting, but how close is your audience? If they're than 6' away, just painting the decoration will work fine. If they're 50' away . . .
     
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  3. Dionysus

    Dionysus Well-Known Member

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    Pretty much useless without a kiln and a lot of time.... Much easier to make friends with someone who makes fired clay stuff. Personally, I have friends at the "London Clay Arts Centre" where they have a large kiln.
    Generally not worth the time to make them custom when you can buy stuff just as cheap at the store and paint it a little yourself.

    Agreed that the 20' rule takes president, and generally the less time and effort the better.

    It takes DAYS to fire pottery.
     
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