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If you have any young fans of the Frozen movie, I know you’ll love this video that jakeakawayne posted on YouTube this morning. I get a lot of emails and comments asking me how to make a translucent sculpture, and I’ve never had an answer for them before. Now, I’ll be able to direct them to this video. I can imagine a lot of different items where this technique would work really well – lighted dragon eyes, perhaps?
Now, I’m going to make a confession – I haven’t seen the Frozen movie yet. And I’ve never used Mod Podge, either, but the success of this project is making me think I might have to try it someday. Since I didn’t make this video myself, if you need any additional instructions I probably won’t be able to help. However, you can find the creator of this video out on YouTube, and I’m sure he’ll be willing to answer your questions. And, of course, other readers of this blog are always willing to help out their fellow artists with creative suggestions.
This is the first time that I’ve posted a video that was created by someone else. Let me know if you think I should be doing it more often, or not – your opinion is always important to me.