I have sanded the first layer, the low spots (dark) become very evident. The paper mache mixture shrinks quite a bit, so it takes a couple of layers to get it nice and smooth. Next up, I will spray it with primer before applying the next layer. This ke
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Jian @jianrox killed it at the talent show at her school. As a shy person, I am astounded at how easily she can stand in front of a huge crowd and perform. She thrives off it. #talentshow #singer #cover #ukulele #riptide
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A little bit of @jianrox as Charlie from Willy Wonka. #thinkpositive After two intense weeks of shows (Willy Wonka and Beauty and the Beast) tonight is the closing night. It's been awesome, but it will be great to back to business as usual....#willywon
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I'm elbow deep in torn paper and glue this morning as I start the first layer of paper mache on mrs. Potts. I discovered it is important to paint the armature before applying the wet paper to keep the thin wood from deforming when wet and under load. #m
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I'm nearly finished Chip, and I just finished the framework for Mrs Pots. This framework will support the paper mache during construction, and ultimately be torn out to keep the overall weight of the costume down. That is why it is so crudely constructe
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