Sculpt With Polymer Clay: Cute Little Unicorn
In this one time class, we will sculpt adorable magical unicorn out of polymer clay such as Sculpy or Fimo
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In this class we will use a polymer oven bake clay, such as Fimo or Sculpy, to make an adorable magical unicorn. We will discuss how to use small, simple parts in order to construct a larger, more complex whole. I will show step by step directions and discuss what I am doing, however, the younger learners may require parental assistance making the clay more malleable. We will also be using wire, soft aluminum wire is best. The students may require assistance cutting the wire, depending on...
The students will need the following: * Sculpy or Fimo clay in a variety of colors, colors are subjective, and it is up to each learner what color they want to use for their unicorn. * Armature wire/soft aluminum wire, up to 16-18 gauge. * Jewelry wire cutters that are safe and easy to use. * Basic clay tools. In the absence of the tools, a toothpick, or a large plastic sewing needle will work for most things. I am happy to provide links or photos of the materials upon request.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Younger learners may require parental assistance making the clay more malleable. We will also be using wire, soft aluminum wire is best. The students may require assistance cutting the wire, depending on their age and ability. At the end of the lesson, once our unicorn is complete, the learners will need assistance with the use the oven in order to bake the completed project. Note to parents, please be sure to follow instructions when baking the clay. The temperatures for this kind of clay is often quite low (around 250 degrees), and is stated on the clay box or wrapper.
188 total reviews
250 completed classes
Hi, my name is Mariya, and to put it simply, I love art. I love to make art, and to share my passion with others. I love sharing my skills with my students. My favorite part is seeing them embrace and enjoy the process of art making, making...