Master Class On Sculpting Muscaricum (mouse Hyacinth) From Polymer Clay

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Master Class On Sculpting Muscaricum (mouse Hyacinth) From Polymer Clay
Master Class On Sculpting Muscaricum (mouse Hyacinth) From Polymer Clay

Video: Master Class On Sculpting Muscaricum (mouse Hyacinth) From Polymer Clay

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Author: Maria Koltsova

Have I finally "matured" to my own full-fledged master class? Before that, I sculpted muscarica, just passing with a scalpel along the edge, pressing down, and painted the ends with white paint (master classes from the Internet), I did not really like the result - there was not enough naturalness, and this white paint stood out strongly on the bud. And somehow on the Internet I came across such a photo of a muscarica, he inspired me.

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Well, now from the introduction to the most important thing! ?

Materials:

1. Polymer clay (cold porcelain).

2. PVA glue.

3. Starch to prevent buds from sticking to the instrument.

4. Superglue Second 505 (any other quick-drying glue can be used).

5. Pastel (you can use oil paints, acrylic paints - paint with what you are used to).

6. Floristic and beaded wire.

7. Scalpel.

8. The stack with the ball is the smallest.

9. Silicone stack (for leveling clay, if necessary).

10. Brushes.

11. Round nose pliers and wire cutters.

12. Tape tape.

13. White oil paint (for coloring clay).

14. Matt acrylic varnish (for fixing pastels).

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We will sculpt from white clay, pinch off a small piece and roll it in the shape of a drop as in the photo.

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Then we put the "drop" on the stack with the ball, pulling and slightly lengthening the tip.

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Now with a scalpel we need to divide the tip into 6 equal parts.

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We take a stack with a ball (the smallest) and press, slightly pull the petal to the top.

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And we do this with all six.

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We pass the beaded wire with a loop at the end through the bud, coat the loop with PVA glue.

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Try to sculpt different buds, half-open and open. To blind a half-open one, press a little on the petal with a stack, the difference is visible in the photo.

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We molded ourselves as many buds as you need, I have 56 pieces. 5 colors, let them dry out.

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Now let's get to the stems. We take floristic wire and wrap it with tape (you can immediately buy it in the winding). We roll out the translucent clay (not tinted with white paint) with a sausage to the length of the wire itself.

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We put the wire on the clay and press down, pin the edges of the clay and roll it over the surface until such a stem.

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At the ends of the stem, I had excess clay, I made a small bud out of it, so we do all subsequent buds, divide the drop into 6 parts and glue it on PVA glue.

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We leave everything to dry. Our buds should have already dried up, we are starting to paint. I painted with pastels, rubbed them into powder and diluted them with water, we paint as in the photo of a living flower.

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When the stem with closed buds is dry, paint it too.

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After everything has been painted, everything has dried up, we proceed to the assembly. Cut off the excess wire from the buds (pictured above) and glue it to the stem with superglue. I glued it almost randomly and with a different number of buds on the stem to make it more interesting.

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When everything is glued, everything is dry, you need to tint a little more, I tinted with both green and purple pastels, at the same time check the strength of the buds fixing, I lost 2 at the same time:) Of course, they need to be glued again. Painted, everything has dried up again, now you can cover everything with varnish (I applied with a brush). When applying this varnish on pastels, the colors mix with each other, a beautiful effect is obtained? Well, that's it, the muscari are ready!

It seems that I wrote and showed everything, if you have any questions, write in the comments.

Thanks for attention ?

(P.S. The leaves in the photo are alive)

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