This is my third attempt
Well, at first this technique seemed to be easy, but ... I had to remake my soap 5 times!
I am a pedantic person and I like to hone everything to perfection, but this time I encountered a problem. In this technique there is no standard how it should look at its best and it’s impossible to make 2 identical soaps. Each soap in this technique is unique and as a rule it doesn’t look that great in mold, but it’s totally different after you cut it! It just blows my mind!
I decided to leave the "Uzbek silk." Because it was the most difficult for me, in this soap I used 12 colors. Fragrance Sandalwood Silk.
Pictures of soap for a long time and tried to get the real color of soap! I did it!
My inspiration Uzbek silk handmade.
Unfortunately, when I was making the soap which I submit for the competition, the battery of my camera went out of charge, so I don’t have pictures of my soap in the during. But I can describe the process.
I used squeeze bottles and pour soap strips...I spun the mold full of soap clockwise six or seven times. Only after cutting the soap I realized that I had to take pictures of the whole batch of soap! Too late...
Here are some of my soaps I made for the challenge, but I like them less than the one I submit as my entry.
this is my first attempt
This is my second attempt
This is my fourth and fifth attempts ...
These two weeks for me have been very difficult :)
Thanks for watching!