Introduction: Necronomicon Phone Cover
To make this Necronomicon IPhone 6 over you can use:
.- An old phone cover or you can use one from the dollar store. I used an old Otter cover I had
.- hot glue gun and glue sticks. I used white and clear colors.
.- Nail polish of appropriate colors. You can use acrylics but somehow nail polish is recommended when painting over glue sticks.
.- Some acrylics for detailing.
.- Clear nail polish.
Step 1: Preparation
Clean your base cover.
And start drawing your desired design. I was send this image so I do not know from which Necronomicon version this one comes from.
Notice I used the two different colors of glue stick to make it easier to see the design.
Step 2: Paint Your Hot Glue Sculpture
Once you are happy with the design. Make sure to clean up any "hot glue webs" that some time happen.
For this Necronomicon cover I used Tan, flesh and dark red color nail polish.
Step 3: Layering Colors
As with every painting job layering and blending is important to make your work more realistic.
Notice I used the red as the base color,
Step 4: Second Base Color
Notice how the pink or flesh color blends with the red.!
I did not wait for the red to dry and it made it blend smoothly.
Step 5: Third Layer of Color
For this layer the flesh tone was layered on top of the blended color. I waited for the first coat to dry so it would not mix and blend as with the previous layer.
Step 6: Details
Once the nail polish is dry. I used a watered down brown acrylics color. It gave it a mustard or fleshy look and highlighted the relish tones in the cover glue sculpt.
Once it is dry I used white and black acrylics to do more details like the teeth and eyes.
Step 7: Finish
After it is all dry, cover your master piece with clear cote of polish. This will protect your design and it makes more durable.
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