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Sculpture class - Sculpting Mario with clay

Paulo Jimenez
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(1)
Sculpture for everyone: How to model Mario

Class experience

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• Oil Based non drying Polymer Clay in Red (3) - White - Blue (3) - Tan (2)- Brown - Yellow - Black Oil-based clay is a non-drying clay. It can be reused indefinitely because it never hardens. Because it is oil-based and not water-based like ceramic clay, it cannot go into a kiln—it would just melt! It is non-water soluble and is often used in animation. Depending on the type you get, it has little to no odor and there are no serious health concerns associated with using it. The nice thing about oil-based clay is that you can just keep experimenting with it over and over again without having to worry about it drying out or becoming brittle. When you’re finished sculpting for the day, there’s no special treatment for it—just leave it on a flat surface and walk away. The drawback to oil-based clay is that, unless you make a mold of your finished sculpture, there’s no guarantee it will stand the test of time. High temperatures (even direct sunlight from a window) can cause the clay to melt. :// • 12" x 12" x 1" woodboard. This is a platform for your piece. • Floral wire or any flexible wire • Needle pliers • Basic sculpting tool kit If you would like to invest on a more advance kit for future use I'll recommend you this one: • Small table lamp to keep the clay soft. • Aluminum Foil * Lazy suzan or banding wheel. Is helpful to turn your sculpture but if you don't have it don't sweat it. • art bin to store all your tools and materials. • Apron

Meet the teacher

Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(1)
Hello!  I am traditional/digital artist with experience teaching painting, drawing and sculpture to people of all ages. 
I am a father of two wonderful boys ages 7 and 10. My background includes a Bachelors of  Fine Art from the University of... 
Group Class


for 4 classes
1x per week, 4 weeks
60 min

Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(1)
Completed by 1 learner
Live video meetings
Ages 10-13
1-4 learners per class

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