Vendor Spotlight: Aves Studio

How to Make a Dragon Box and Aves on the PBS Channel's "Make It Artsy"

submitted by Ernest Ang, Vendor VP

You have some leftover Apoxie Sculpt from Aves Studio and don’t know what to do with it? Why not try making a Dragon Box with it?

Check out this video on their Facebook page (be sure to “Like” their page!) from the Idea Foundry class that Aves Studio’s resident artist, Erin Gerlach, presented in Columbus, OH a few weeks ago on making a Dragon Box using Apoxie Sculpt on a simple wooden box. You can also use the same idea for acrylic boxes or journal covers too.

Black Apoxie Sculpt was used to cover a wooden box and create this dragon eye box! Use press molds, an acrylic eye, and finish with silver Rub 'n Buff.

In addition, if you want to know more about the cool things you can do with Aves Studio’s products, please stay tuned to the PBS channel for the "Make It Artsy" series (a brand new show dedicated to the crafter, maker and artist) or you can watch it from their YouTube channel here.

Erin Gerlach will film two more episodes of the show this month so be sure to check it out!

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