Os muestro ahora algunos ejemplos y técnicas que os pueden ser útiles.
Now I show you some examples and techniques that can be useful.
We can use it by adding elements in its surface, like metalic powder, colored papers, laces, fabric, etc.We can also paint its surface with glass paints, or with gesso if we want an opaque lamp.
Even though the result is excellent, I recommend this, only if you make a closed diorama, because if you touch it, it is too much flexible and light.
Basically, we have to observe the possibilities of everything before dismiss it.
In the next photo, you can see a lamp made from a suction pad. In this case, the trick is to paint the rust faithfully.
But even if you're not very crafty, there are products, easy to use, that serve to create that layer of rust on all types of surfaces.
This lamp belongs to the scene: Autumn colors.
The following street lamp is made of cardboard, aluminum tape, an ornament of a mobile, a plastic tube of a pen and four nail ornaments.
The painting homogenizes the appearance of the different materials that we have used.
In the next photographs you can also see an easy way to make lamps from little glass bottles.
In general, I like using little leds to make lamps in my room boxes, because it easy to insert they into all kind of bottles and charms.
If what you really like are chandeliers, it is necessary to work a little bit more. But do not fear, because it's so easy!
In in these photographs you can see a non lighting chandelier made with wire wich belongs to the scene of : Clara
Once you have made the base, you can add leds wrapping electrical wires around the arms before painting the lamp.
It is also possible to hide the wires by adding other decorative elements such as flowers, leaves, chains, necklace beads, etc..
My ornamental flowers are made with double-weight watercolor paper.
In the following case, I made this wall lamps with wire, paper flowers, beads of costume jewelry, and the top of a vial.
These lamps belong to the scene: A textbook bathroom (sorry, I think the translation is not good)
La de la imagen, pertenece a la escena "The sweet tooth"
To make the next lamp, you'll need first to make a mold with resin glass of a quail egg cup.
With tin and the help of some cutters, chains and beads, we can create a very decorative lamp.
This below to the scene "The sweet tooth"
This hurricane lamp is made with air drying clay, a plastic tube, three glass sheet into the tube, some wire and a MicroLed. Finally it is painted with acrylic paint and in order to give the metallic look I applied ceramic vanish and I painted the chipped with permanent marker.
Y esto es todo por ahora, sin embargo os recuerdo que esta página está permanentemente en construcción, de modo que seguiré contando más técnicas e ideas sobre lámparas en miniatura.
Espero que esta información os ayude y os anime a que realicéis vuestras propias lámparas.
Gracias y un abrazo.
And that's all for now, however I will continue telling more tricks about miniature lamps soon.