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Topic: Sleeping Beauty Book Cover  (Read 395 times)
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« on: February 06, 2014 01:20:02 AM »

So I've been wanting to replicate the Sleeping Beauty Book Cover but I am stuck with a few challenges, for those of you who don't know what the book looks like, or need to reference back to what it looks like, here it is:


As you can see that this is going to take me a while to make especially because there is a lot of detail that has to go into it. I think the only challenge I'm faced with is making the branch line details and the indents that are in-between the beads and jewels.

Here is what I'm trying to do, so maybe you guys can point me to the right direction. I am trying to make a photo album cover that similarly replicates this idea. I have already bought the photo album and the material on it is pleater like (not quite sure what its official name is). I was planning on hot gluing the material i can use to carve, or indent the branches and leave textures and then spray paint them bronze.

What can I use the make those textures? Is there any clay or molds I can possibly glue onto the photo album?
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