Step 1: Attention
Step 2: Assemble You're Frankenbottle
1)since the mustard bottle widened again at the bottom, I cut it first, making sure to make a straight line across...
2)and then cut the bottom based on that width, making a snug fit into the first piece.
3)the bottom piece tended to slip into the top, so it was necessary to secure it in place which tape and paper mâché the seam in stages. I use a 1:1 flour/water mixture for my paper mâché out of convenience, but there are other recipes that use glue instead.
4) continue to cover the entire bottle, making sure to leave the threads undismayed so that the cap can be replaced
5)paint over the whole thing in a light base coat to form a seal and keep everything in place for the following steps
Step 3: Paper Mâché and Paint
Step 4: Feathers Around Bottom
Step 5: Plating
Step 6: Label and Tag
Step 7: Crows Head Cap
Suggestions would be fantastic