Let`s learn how to sculpt a clay squirrel. When we want to sculpt realistic images,I usually suggest to have a sample picture. Today, however, I have not only an exemplary picture – I have a pretty realistic three-dimensional model! Rate this approach! Friends! If you want to teach children to love nature and animals ,it
Let`s learn how to sculpt a camel from modeling clay. I must say – the method is exactly the same as when modeling any four-legged animal. Find a good realistic picture and try to sculpt as it looks like in life.I want to say that it makes no sense to learn how to sculpt cartoon images
Let`s learn how to sculpt a sheep from plasticine. For this you need to have a lot of clay and just need to know like a sheep looks. I’m serious, if you want to draw or sculpt something specific,you should not rely on memory and imagination. Really fantasy far can make – instead of sheep
Let`s learn how to make an elephant out of modeling clay. In fact it turned out to be very easy. I had a few small souvenirs – sculptures of animals. During the lesson I gave the kids these sculptures and offered to make copies from plasticine. They did it in just a few minutes and
Let`s learn how to make an octopus from modeling clay. You can mold basing on image or imagination. I drew the schematic image and sculpted on the model. I decided to sculpt from parts. Let’s start with preparing eight identical pieces: Add body which is similar to the bag: However,the body will have to wait.
Let`s learn how to make a chameleon out of modeling clay. I sculpted basing on the picture. I have not seen live chameleons and, therefore, sketched the picture with a photo from the Internet.So it turns out that this chameleon has a large, almost oval body, big head ,helical tail and a thin flimsy
Let`s learn how to sculpt a dinosaur from modeling clay – such as Triceratops. We’re not stingy and will sculpt large craft out of plasticine. This hack will not be difficult – in General, the Triceratops is quite simple in appearance. Large head, large torso and relatively short legs. The Triceratops neck was protected by