11 foot king tut wall piece

Made by Edwin Mojica jr

I decided to make this king tut wall piece with the extra drywall compound I had I wanted something with gold and a lot of colors not done yet it’s been taking longer then expected because I am trying to put as much tiny details on it as I can will be doing the back of it this week I also once I used jonni clay recipe which is so good I use for all my projects.

I take cement water it down and with a brush do one to two layers of it it’s becomes really strong when finish going to add two flameless candles and one in the middle I have like one more week and should be done. I hope you guys like it I worked really hard on it it’s been a process have few more large pieces I am making for my living room wanted something different. Thank you jonni you inspired me like two years ago I never made anything before. I’ve really learned a lot from you appreciate you. 🙂

13 thoughts on “11 foot king tut wall piece”

  1. I love Egyptian art, and this is really noteworthy and wonderful. I love the painting on it. That you used your own body is a big plus in my book. It looks great, and I hope you will show us whatever else you do to it.

    I keep two scarabs on my bathroom shelf. They were made from the early Egyptian days. I really love them. Great work.

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    • Thank you very much it’s wild I just had some leftover drywall compound was originally going to be just the head and some how turned into that ha ha but I really appreciate you taking time out ur day to comment on my king tut piece and sure I have few more things I need to do it I have like 6 more projects Iam doing trying to make my living room Egyptian long way to go oh and you have to scarabs that’s so cool

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    • Hi jonni well what I did was I had a king tut head sculpture I wrapped it plastic wrap and used regular papier-mâché paste and paper did few layers let it dry then covered it in aluminum foil and then went over it with ur clay recipe then I had a friend come over and wrap my body from my chest down in plastic wrap and did the same thing with the paper and paste I then made the papier-mâché clay thinner so he could brush it on attached both together let it dry I did the same with the bird and cobra on the top also what I’ve been doing now Is taking cement watering it down a little and brushing it on a few layers also if you want a piece that u want to go outside. Brush on few layers of cement and then put on a layer or two of cement sealer and u good to go I tried it on a water fall I made with styrofoam and it worked again thank you jonni. U inspire me so much ?

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      • Wow – what great ideas, and so creative! I’m really surprised that you were able to stay still long enough for the paper mache to dry. I hope you had a good book to read. 🙂

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        • Ha ha omg I layed there for so long under a fan it took forever but we’ll worth it thank you I appreciate you jonni

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          • Oh yes jonni what I did also I used pack brown paper I had with a little water down wood glue while I was wrapped with plastic wrap I basically used like everything I had laying around I wanted to use up

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      • Very nice, Edwin. I love that you used your own body for part of it – that makes it very personal to you. Congratulations on your art!

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        • Thank you Judith very much can’t wait to finish and on to my next piece so much fun knowing you make something and comes out exactly like you wanted Iam very happy thanks again

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