The Rooster now has the Magic Sculpt applied, so he’s very close to being done.
Now all I need to do is paint him, and that shouldn’t take long. It will be red and white, so it should look really dramatic when he gets his colors on.
In this video you saw me take the wet clay out of the plaster cloth shell, and then add the texture layer using Magic Sculpt, an epoxy clay made for sculptors.
> To see how I created the original clay model and make your own epoxy clay rooster, you can download it for free here.
> And you can find my premium patterns for wall sculptures and masks here:
The links I promised in the video:
- DIY Silky-Smooth Air Dry Clay Recipe
- Original Paper Mache Clay Recipe
- The Squirrel Video, Made with a Different Brand of Epoxy Clay
Looking for an easier project?
You might want to check out my baby chick video. It’s a fun project, and you can make it with either paper mache clay or epoxy clay.
If you make a rooster, or anything else, we would love to see it. You can show off your work on the Daily Sculptors page.
We have a wonderful group of very supportive artists who check that page every day to see what people have posted. You’re very welcome to join us.