I painted my rooster sculpture today.
He started out with a wet clay model that I sculpted with the use of a cardboard pattern. Then I added the plaster cloth shell, and finally the Magic Sculpt epoxy clay.
And today he got his bright red comb and wattles, and his white feathers, when I put on a coat of acrylic paint.
- If you want to use my free pattern and make your own rooster head sculpture, you can download it here. Or draw your own pattern for an eagle, or a walrus – you can use the same techniques to sculpt a portrait of any animal.
- The second video in the series, showing how the Magic Sculpt was added
Products used in the project:
- WED clay
- Magic Sculpt
- Golden acrylic glazing liquid
- Note: You could use my air dry clay recipe instead of the epoxy clay
If you decide to use some epoxy clay for a project of your own, please let us see how it turns out. 🙂