Mixed media gothic art

Powertex UK Secret Art Box - October 2019 Designed by Kore Sage The Powertex UK mixed media subscription box for October was packed with spooky mdf and embellishments. The sturdy mdf frame was perfect for some gothic mixed media art. Powertex Mixed Media art by Kore Sage The Secret Art Box also included: Black Powertex … Continue reading Mixed media gothic art

A Powertex Spooktacular

Secret Art Box October 2019 Designed by - Gill Goldsmith This month’s Secret Art Box theme was Halloween inspired and was packed full of wonderful spooky contents. Including an MDF panel, MDF elements with skulls, tombstones and spiders webs, a spooky stencil, rice paper, large balls, a texture pack, charms, skeleton leaves, plaster skull heads, … Continue reading A Powertex Spooktacular

Powertex Ghoul Shoulder Accessory

Designer - Donna Mcghie For this month’s articles the Powertex Design Team were asked to look back over the archives and put our own spin on a previous creation by one of our colleagues. What an inspiration it was going back over past Powertex sculptures and creations.  I was spoilt for choice.  However, the one … Continue reading Powertex Ghoul Shoulder Accessory

How to create a Powertex Halloween ghoul – Anna Emelia Howlett

Something Wicked this way comes! A Powertex Halloween sculpture. Some of our family live in Canada and it's kind of a big thing to decorate your houses and go trick or treating. Every year we get photos of the different outfits chosen and the copious amounts of candy my nieces have collected. We don't so … Continue reading How to create a Powertex Halloween ghoul – Anna Emelia Howlett

Ghosts and Goblets for a Powertex Halloween

Hi it's Kore. Autumn brings bright days and chilly nights and of course Halloween! Powertex and Halloween go together like carved pumpkins and candles so what better to make this month than Halloween decorations. If you're looking for house ghosts, grim goblets or pocket pumpkins there's something here for you and don't worry if you're … Continue reading Ghosts and Goblets for a Powertex Halloween