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Saturday, July 23, 2011

Paper Mache Wall Clock

hey friends...

my most awaited post...my best creation till date...
well...i have designed a wall clock....using paper mache technique (its a really time consuming technique and requires a lot of hard work...)
but i must say...the outcome is Stunning, beautiful, and shows the hard work i had done in making it...
so...m now cant wait anymore to show the pics...
here coming the pics...N is looks most beautiful when it shines in light of television at night when all other lights r off...that time i feel like staring at it...wow


here r the pics when the clock was partially colored...


The dial....
god it took max. time to get compeletd....


close up of roses... 
 close up of leaves...
 close up of Cherries...


 close up of Swans...
 close up of Ganpati...

 side view..
 bottom...
 close up...

27 comments:

Dr Sonia S V said...

Neha ,Neha what a stunner. I absolutely adore it. Oh I wish you were in Bangalore I would have come to see it.Do post all your photos of this beauty.Resize the photos to 600pixels size and then your Kb wont be much on upload..I am eagerly waiting to see pics of the making of this wonder! Do share all your technical details. What did you use for the swans and the flowers? Is it acrylic. Would love to hear all details of this masterpiece.I do love sculpting but as you say it is so time consuming that is why I have to settle making a few small pieces in mseal.
I think your hands are made for sculpting .Dont waste it on card making alone!

megha said...

neha very good you are talented n good person

kavitha said...

Hey neha,i too have done this clock with birds n bronze shades.yours look colorful,doing it with m-seal will give much more smooth finish:)amazing work gal.

Dr Sonia S V said...

What are the shiny stones you have used? It looks superb, Do touch up the cherries with more red as the green has come on them.

Cheers
Sonia
http://cardsandschoolprojects.blogspot.com

Neha Jain said...

that green is put on it deliberately

Neha Jain said...

kundan....i have used kundan

Jyotsna Kandpal said...

Superb work Neha.... Just SO marvellous.. I don't have words yaar...

Tejal said...

Absolutely stunning!! I can only imagine the detail that has gone into it...simply simply superb!!! hats off to you for such a wonderful piece of art!!

Spardha said...

beautiful!.. LOVE it!.. you have really worked so hard for it!.. wow! :D

chillin with Quillin said...

WOW its gorgeous, love all the little details,you can tell you put alot of time and work into it,its great!!!

Elizabeth (Beth) Moore said...

this is a totally amazing project! Thanks for joining us at The Kraft Journal this week for our My Favorite Things challenge!

anandhirajan said...

Stunningly beautiful creation neha
anandhirajan
www.anandhirajansartsncrafts.blogspot.com

Audrey Pettit said...

My goodness, what an amazing project! I've never seen anything like it before. I can't even imagine the time this must have taken, but I'm SO happy for you with the outcome. :)
Thanks so much for sharing this with us at The Kraft Journal.

Zoechaos said...

Stunning remarkable piece amazing work. XOXO Zoe

Priya said...

So finally I got to see the masterpeice... Lovely neha.. its just so pretty...
You are such a hardworking gal... keep it up...

Love,
Priya...

Deepti Aggarwal said...

wow this is awesome dear..... love it....totally stunning...

Von said...

There's no dought it's an amazing time piece :)
Thank you for sharing it with us at Just for Fun
Von x

Dolly Daydreams said...

This is so unusual ! It must have taken you ages to create lot's of hard work obviously went into this project and it shows.

Marie

Kristin Eberline said...

Wow, that hard work definitely paid off!

Thanks for playing along with the Color Throwdown this week!!

Arline said...

This is absolutely stunning! What a work of art! Thanks for joining in with the Christmas Crafting challenge....would you mind popping a link to our challenge on your blog post? Thanks!

Can't get over how beautiful this is....must have taken you agggeeess!!x

Lori said...

What a fabulous project! Just beautiful - so glad you linked up at Craft Us Crazy!

florenceandfreddie said...

Wow! This must have taken ages to make. So much work and so creative. Brilliant piece of art.
Florence.

Crafterkhush said...

I just realized I had not commented on this post.. Sorry.. This is absolutely fab.. Kudos to you to have the patience to do it.. I tried paper mache once and gave up.. It's too messy for my liking and too time consuming... but great work and brilliant colouring..!!

Neet said...

This must have taken forever to make up. Did you design it yourself too? Can you point out which bits are metal for our challenge please. Thanks for joining us at JFF - Hugs Neet (sorry I am late)

Gita said...

What a beautiful job. Lots of hard work...

Trina said...

Wow! This is absolutely gorgeous!

Thanks for stopping by my blog; I added you to my candy drawing! Hopefully, you'll sign up as a follower, too. Esp since that's who the candy is for! :D

Janis said...

You are very talented! Thanks for playing with us at Paper Playtime. :) Janis