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How do you guys make your own banners? Clip them out in paper, or what?
Thanks in advice
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For Brettonians thin cloth gives a tapestry like effect. As it si after christmas I ahve been using the wrappings for chocolat coins, metal is more malleable than paper and will stay in the position you bend it.
I start by make a banner stand out of thing iron rods then putting some decorations on the banner stand.
Then use paper take PVA glue and glue the whole banner and shape the banner in to like a rolling into the wind shape, the banner will dry like that shape, then paint the design on the banner :blush:
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I use greenstuff. Mix it, roll it out, cut it and curl it.
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What I have heard about making banners is that you simply take a piece of cloth.
The grade depends on how "nice" you want the banner to be.
Soak that cloth in a mixture of PVA glue and water (mix it to it gets a viscocity equal to milk) leave it to dry for maybe 1-2 hours. Then make the cloth into the shape you want it and don't touch it for 24 hours...
Paint up the imagery you want on it and there you have it...
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beer cans work well and it allows you to drink and claim its for materials. They are thin enought to cut with scissors, you need to prime them with a spray paint though.
If you just want wording in a banner and its big the use cloth dipped in ink/dye the stitch the wording in with thread.
one of the best techniques ive used (though it is a tad expensive) is to draw out the banner i want A4 size paint it (dont try to make any really fine detail on these as it'll be lost in the shrinking process) then shrink it using a colour photocopyer, for the final stage get a sheet of sticky back paper then copy it on to it cut it out then attach to the model the first lot of these banners i made in 99 and theyre still in almost perfect condition.
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