The modeling of polymer clay
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This is my first tutorial, please do not shoot me down with flamesI have seen many ways of making wings of liquid plastic. But most of them, or rather all of them are not suitable for miniature products. They are too voluminous, heavy, rough. For example, I want to make an airy and light butterfly ...
I looked on the website and realized, with surprise, that no one has inspired with the incredible and unreal works by Asya Chernoivanova.
I need to fix this.
Here are her nightlights. They are made of imagination, pieces of another world, and, of course, polymer clay, glass and other things :)
I offer you implement this step-by-step DIY project on modelling a Gardenia flower out of polymer clay CLAYCRAFT by DECO.
I used clay of three colours: white, red, and yellow in this proportion:
Divide the piece of clay into 18 parts: 6 small, 6 medium, 6 large.
Make the petals this ...
Today I will show and tell how to create a bright pattern to make polymer clay beads.
You need the following colours of polymer clay:
1 Classic emerald.
2 Tropical green.
Knead the pieces well:
Then use a pasta machine to pass the pieces through it:
Get such a tape:
Roll it: ...
Muscovite Anna Nazarenko creates truly unique toys: at first glance, I thought they were... at least weird. But something made me continue looking at these works, so in the end, I understood that I fell in love! After all, every little creature has a unique character and history. Let alone their ...
I want to tell you how to model French almond macaroons. Kids will love it!
Materials and tools:
any soft self-hardening polymer clay
little rough brush
Mix clay of any bright colour. Roll two identical balls of about 3 cm. There shouldn't be any cracks or folds.
Press the ...
Let's make a little magic and turn Gzhel painting into sculpting!Find these:
polymer clay: blue, dark blue, white, transparent white clay, liquid plastic
work surface (tile, paper)
tools (stick, dots, blade)
dry pastel: blue, dark blue, white
gloves if you need
The theme of embroidery seems truly inexhaustible: the diversity of techniques, methods and styles inspires artists for many centuries. But every time I surf the Internet, something amazing and new is found.
Today I would like to share with you my latest discovery — works of Canadian artist Hélène ...
Amba Jacobs is a charming girl from New Zealand. Perhaps, it is the best place for creating fantastic animals. Inspired by the stunning nature of the island and the spirit of magic prevailing here (and I'm sure it couldn't be anywhere else in the world but in the land of hobbits), the ...
American artist Dayana Corbitt is a real dreamer: 'I love dreamштп and I always wanted to make my dreams come true. If I had to choose the source of inspiration, I would have stopped on my own imagination. That is why art is so important to me.' Her career has just started about a year ago ...
In this DIY I want to tell you how to make such a cute biomechanic elephant broocch.So, you need:
1. Polymer clay (any color you like).2. Tools — the simplest, and usually I use a scalpel, a pair of knitting needles of different sizes, needles, toothpicks, synthetic brushes #2-5.
Knead a piece of ...
In this DIY I will show you the process of making such funny feathers.
I used the following materials and tools:
- polymer clay
- pasta machine or rolling tool
- model knife, blade
- thick needle or awl
- stack for modeling
- gel (liquid plastic)
- texture sheet
- small screwdriver
- brush ...