Paverpol Art Stone Decoration Powder
Art Stone Decoration Powder can be used to make self-hardening clay or to give your sculptures a stone-finish look.
For stone finishes, add powder to Paverpol Transparent and apply to styrofoam, plaster, papier mâché, or kitchen foil covered with masking tape or floral tape.
You can use it to make self-hardening clay, or you can use the powder to created a stone-look finish to your sculptures.
Paverpol Art Stone can be used in two different ways. You can use the powder to give your sculptures a stone-like finish, or you can use it to make self-hardening modeling clay.
Mix the colored Paverpol with the same amount of Paverpol Art Stone Decoration Powder until the clay is one lump that no longer sticks to your hands. Cover your form completely with the colored Paverpol. Put the clay fully or partially onto the layer that is still wet—layer thick or thin, coarse or fine, whatever you like.
Make sure that the bottom layer is wet. (If needed, apply a new layer of Paverpol using the brush.) When your work is fully or partially decorated with the clay, scatter some powder over it and rub it in well. Apply some Paverpol with a brush if the base has become too dry. You can also scatter a little Paverpol on the wet layer and rub it afterwards. This stone effect is not suitable for outdoor objects. If you want to leave the piece of work outside, you can use pastina instead of powder, which can be made by mixing white Pavercolor with Josefine gloss varnish. Apply with a brush. Remove the surplus patina with a tissue. Let the work dry and make it glossy with a lint-free cloth. To make jewelery: Create stones of clay, use a skewer to make holes in them, and get a leather lace to thread the beads.
Choose between 300 gr or 1250
Working with Art Stone
Art Stone can be used in different ways. By mixing it with Paverpol you make a self-hardening clay. But you can also use the powder to give images a look of stone.
Use Paverpol lead color as a base for the stone effect. Of course you can also mix other Pavercolors with it.
Mix the colored Paverpol with just as much Art Stone until you get a clay mass that no longer sticks to your hands. Cover your workpiece completely with the colored Paverpol. You can apply all or part of the clay mass on the still wet layer. Thick or thin, coarse or fine, whatever you like. Make sure that the bottom layer is wet. If not, apply another coat of Paverpol with a brush. If your workpiece is completely or partially decorated with the clay mass, sprinkle a little Art Stone powder on it and rub it in well. If the surface has become too dry, apply some Paverpol again with the brush. You can also sprinkle and rub some powder into the wet layer of Paverpol.
This stone effect is not suitable for outdoor use. If you want to place the workpiece outside, use a patina instead of powder that you create by mixing white Pavercolor with Josefine matte varnish. You apply this with a brush. Use a piece of kitchen paper to wipe away the excess patina. Let the workpiece dry and rub it shiny with a non-fluffy cloth.
Making jewelry is also a possibility: forming stones from clay mass, poking holes with a skewer, thread leather lace through it.
You can work on a preformed figure made of styrofoam, plaster, eco-shape, or aluminum foil (cover the foil with masking tape).
Art Stone is available in pots of 300 and 1250 grams.
Art Stone can be combined well with Paverpol, Pavercolor, Paverplast and Paversand.