martedì 20 settembre 2011

Tutorial per i tubetti di tempere - Paint tubes tutorial

§ Come si fanno i tubetti di tempere ?
E '  facile , molto facile .
§ How can you do paint tubes ?
It's easy , very easy.
§ Per prima cosa avrete bisogno di :
- 2 cesoie, 1 grande ed 1 piccola a becco piatto.
- 1 tubo di alluminio da 3 mm di diametro
- etichette adesive
- pennarelli
- perline o  cilindretti di Fimo.
§ You'll need :
- 2 shears , 1 bigger and 1 smaller with a flat cut
- 1 alluminium tube 3 mm diameter
-  self adhesive labels
- felt pens
- beads, Fimo cilinders


§  Cominciate a tagliare il tubetto con la pinza grande facendo piccoli movimenti rotatori.
Non vogliamo solo tagliarlo, vogliamo anche dargli forma.
§ Cut the tube with the bigger shear with smal rotatory motions.
We don't want only to cut it,we want to shape it as well.
§Questo è quello che otterrete.

§ This is what you will get.
§ Separate il pezzetto e non fate caso alle mie unghie :(

§ Separate the bit and don't look at my nails :o(
§ Ora con la pinza piatta tagliatelo della misura desiderata , io di solito li faccio lunghi 9 mm.
§ Now  cut it of the desired length with the flat shear, I usual keep them 9 mm long.
§ Ecco il vostro tubetto ma gli manca ancora qualcosa.

§ Here is your tube but it still lacks of something.
§ Con la parte dentellata della pinza schiacciate il fondo per avere l'effetto della chiusura.

§ Squeeze it at the bottom with the serrated part of your tong , you'll have the closure.
§ Tagliate striscioline di carta adesiva e coloratele come volete.

§ Cut thin stripes of adhesive paper and colour them as you wish.
 § Arrotolatelo attorno al tubino

§ Roll it around the tube.
§  Incollate una perlina od una fettina di Fimo cotto.
Io di solito uso la plastica termorestringente ma non trovo più i miei tappi di riserva :o/
§ Glue a bead or a small Fimo slice.
I normaly use shrinkable plastic ( the type you cook in oven )  but now I cannot find my spare caps :o/
§ Fatene quanti ne volete , costruite una bella scatolina e divertitevi :o)))

§ Do as many as you want , build up a nice box and have fun :o)))



§ Cliccate sulle foto per ingrandirle
§ Click on the pics to make them bigger

32 commenti:

cockerina ha detto...

davvero molto facile, grazie!
baci, Caterina

Miniatures by Natalia ha detto...

Rosanna, Thanks a lot for this tutorial. I will try by all means.

Maru ha detto...

¡Fantástico, Rosanna! Muchìsimas gracias por explicarlo, me va a venir muy bien para idea que tengo para la buhardilla :-)
Un beso

Catherine ha detto...

Thank you for the tutorual. They look so real. Just perfect for an artists studio.

Mona ha detto...

Thank`s for sharing. I will send this to my sister, she will have a art room in her house.
Mona

Drora's minimundo ha detto...

Thank you for this wonderful and very clear tutorial.

Fabiola ha detto...

Mi ero sempre chiesta come poterle fare, quindi grazie mille per il suggerimento.
Ciao Faby

Maria Ireland ha detto...

Thank you very much for the great tutorial.
Hugs Maria

debbie's mini thoughts and creations ha detto...

great tutorial instructions easy to follow, will be trying this out
debs x

Lataina ha detto...

Great tutorial, Rosanna! =)

Linda Carswell ha detto...

They look like a lot of fun to make....!

Ara ha detto...

Wonderful tutorial!! Will have to keep this in mind for the future! hugs, ara

Flora ha detto...

Oggi sono un po' triste e il tuo tuotorial mi appare ancora più naif e rassicurante...
Grazie :-)
Un abbraccio, Flora
P.S. Le tue unghie sono molto carine :-)

Norma ha detto...

Fabulous tutorial Rosanna, thank you SO much. This is something that's been on my mind for a while in the 'I wonder how I could make..." department and you've supplied the answer. xx

Angela ha detto...

Grazie per il tutorial, no pensavo fossero così facili da fare....
Ci proverò...
Angelina

Josje ha detto...

A fun tutorial Rosanna, thanks!

Victoria ha detto...

Great tutorial, Rosanna! Thanks a lot, I should try it.

Debbie ha detto...

Great tutorial Rosanna. Thank you for sharing..x

MelyMel ha detto...

Davvero facile! La trovo un'idea geniale!

Mari@ ha detto...

Fantastico tutorial Rosanna!! Dovresti brevettarlo ;o)) Grazie per averlo condiviso. Baci

Xisca ha detto...

gracias por compartirlo, es un tutorial genial y parece facil de hacer , beso

Asuka Sakumo ha detto...

Ooooo, such a lovely tutorial Rosanna!
Thank you for sharing this :)

LifeStyle Interiors ha detto...

Thank you for sharing my dear...it is much easier then the way I did it...

Sabihax

Eva ha detto...

Great!!!!

BiWuBär ha detto...

Thank you very much for this fantastic tutorial - what a clever idea!

Greetings
Birgit

P.S.: Thank you for your last and very kind comment on my blog... let me guess, translating German to English wasn't any better than German to Italian... (LOL). I really appreciate you trying to follow my very long posts... ;O)

Daydreamer ha detto...

Ahhh.... Thank you Rosanna! I have wondered how people make those Tiny paints! Someday... when I get to the Studio building part of one of my dollhouses..... maybe sooner than I thought with this inspiration urging me to TRY it!...... I will know what to do! As you know.... I LOVE to paint and REALLY am looking forward to doing a Mini Studio Someday!

Eliana ha detto...

I really enjoyed the tutorial. Thanks for sharing!
Hugs

Sans! ha detto...

Hellllo genius! Stupendous tutorial, lovely nails. You manicure your own ? :)

I love the tutorial because you explain the steps ever so clearly and paint tubes, sooner or later, we all want them. Thank you, dearie!

Craftland ha detto...

Thank you Rosanna. This is a wondeful tutorial. Hugs from Craftland

Annie ha detto...

Wow...what a great tutorial Rosanna... Thanks a lot for sharing :0)

Jennifer Rydell@Plushpussycat ha detto...

Thank you for this lovely tutorial, Rosanna! Wow! What a fantastic result! I love your box of paint tubes! :-)

Dolly ha detto...

Oh Rosanna I absolutely love these tiny tubes of paint! I have never seen such things in my life, tiny tubes of paint (big tubes yes indeed, but not miniatures). You are so very clever because they look so real! I had to look twice, and read the tutorial to see they were miniatures!