AUTOPLAY
Plaster: Carving with Hand Tools
11 steps
What you’ll need
Plaster
Water
Mixing Tool
Carving Tools
Plastic Drop Cloth
Butter Knife
Container To Mix In
Types of carving tools and what they do.
1. Types of carving tools and what they do.
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More of the tools we will use!
2. More of the tools we will use!
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Note: NEVER put plaster down the sink. It will harden in your pipes!
3. Note: NEVER put plaster down the sink. It will harden in your pipes!
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When holding your tool it’s best to put your index finger along the top and hold it as such.
4. When holding your tool it’s best to put your index finger along the top and hold it as such.
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You can use a butter knife to shave away plaster. Always work away from yourself.
5. You can use a butter knife to shave away plaster. Always work away from yourself.
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This flat tool can also be used to shave away plaster. Also, you can use a flathead screw driver!
6. This flat tool can also be used to shave away plaster. Also, you can use a flathead screw driver!
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These tools are used for detail/making fine lines.
7. These tools are used for detail/making fine lines.
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The first tool is flat, with a sharp tip like a chisel. The second, has a dent to it like a shovel.
8. The first tool is flat, with a sharp tip like a chisel. The second, has a dent to it like a shovel.
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These tools are for making fine lines/holes.
9. These tools are for making fine lines/holes.
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Residual plaster can be wiped down/off quite easily.
10. Residual plaster can be wiped down/off quite easily.
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Store your finished project in an area with stable temperature.
11. Store your finished project in an area with stable temperature.
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