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This guide will take you through the production techniques towards reinventing your favourite works of art as an alternatively palatable painting.
Begin by selecting the artwork that you wish to baconly appropriate. This Lucian Freud self portrait makes a useful starting point for its exaggerated, meaty flesh tones.
Construct your chosen work of art using copper wire and streaky bacon.
Render in a medium of your choice. Edible paint might be a suitable adaptation here, however oils cant be beaten for a richness of bacon tone.
Once confident with your abilities, attempt a more complex composition. One such example is this classical "Portrait of Jane Hamilton" by Sir Joshua Reynolds which uses a 'Madonna and ...
Infants make particularly effective bacon sculptures. This one uses a chicken wire base with a skin of unsalted bacon.
Arrange and photograph your sculpture in a well ventilated room. You will need: A bin liner, grocery bag, disused velvet curtain, wire for hanging both characters from a ...
To complete he composition, this thoroughbread dog drawn with a blow torch makes an excellent accompaniment to the focal dish, or try complimentary red cabbage in place of ...
Arrange your creation in a suitably mimetic composition of the original and once more render in a medium of your choice. Be sure to attach your painting to ...
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