Polymer Clay Sculpting Tutorials
All sorts of little projects and hints for sculpting... everything from the most basic, cut characters to the true OOAK dolls I love.
Making Paperclay eyes for your doll is very simple. The eyes shown here were colored using pencils and acrylic paint, but feel free to explore other materials and use your imagination! The Paperclay used here was purchased at an A.C, Moore craft store, and it is easy to find at art and craft supply places. The Mr. Super Clear used to seal the eyes came from Junkyspot. The paints and pencils came from Dick Blick.
cool fairy wings made from wire, tissue paper and resin and decided to give it a whirl. . They're quite simple...we just formed rough wing shapes out of thicker wire and then wrapped skinny wire around a few times. Then we used Elmer's glue to attach a bit of metallic tissue paper to the wire. When that was dry we spread some Easy Cast epoxy resin (the "mix-2-equal-parts-of-the-2-bottles-together" stuff) on them, suspended them from a little dowel and let them dry. Here are the results...