Chasity Melton Paper Holder September 22nd, 2018 - 02:26:02
Little elephant Farah kana hi, you are watching crafty Friday, I'm so practiced it You are in this video I'm going to show you how to make an adorable elephant. Polymer clay charm. My past few polymer clay videos have been food-related. So why not an animal? This time? All you really need for this project is oven, baked clay and an oven or toaster oven, but other materials are optional, such as translucent, liquid, Sculley eye pins and acrylic paint.
I showed you this bakeshop clay that I got from Walmart in a recent haul. Video check. It out, if you haven't already I'll, put the link in the description box below, but a lot of you were asking for a little review on this clay. What I thought about it, I actually did make a little elephant out of the orange bakeshop clay. I just want you guys to know that I really do like the quality of the clay.
It's really soft, as you can see me squishing it here, it's pretty similar to sculpt III, so I definitely recommend it. I didn't have any problems with it. That's all you need to know so on to the show that means cubic tutorial now start with the chunk of clay and carefully pull a small piece of it to start forming the trunk. You can also pull a tiny piece at the back to form the tail form. The elephant's legs, by using a tool to make some indents in the bottom of the shape, also create some indents near the trunk to form the front legs or you can attach the legs separately using translucent liquid Sculley is optional, but it will help the legs stay.
On a lot better now, it's time to attach the ears you can choose to have them stick out or be more flat against the head. When it comes to the eyes, you can form them out of clay and attach them, or you can wait until after you bake to paint them on. If you want to turn your clay creation into a charm, now is the time to attach an eye. Pin then you're going to per-heat your oven and bake according to the specific directions on your package of clay once a charm is out of the oven and cooled down it's time to clean it up a little bit. If you want to mine, has some dust on it, so I'm going to take some nail polish remover and a q-tip and just wipe it down.