Introduction: How to Make 3D Logo Browser From Clay

What if your favorite browser appears in the form of 3D?
Well, now you can make it pop out from your monitor screen.

Play with clay is so easy and fun. Even your kids can make it. Well I don't have a kid, even I'm still a kid. LOL

Ok, let's get started!!

Step 1: Materials and Tools

So, here is all you will need :

- Clay (any kind of clay)
You just need the right color. If you don't have the right color, just mix one color with other color.


Tools:
- Scissors
- Cutter Pen


Step 2: Opera Browser

Let's start from the easiest first. It's Opera Browser.

Step 1
Print the logo of opera browser, you can google it. Then cut the logo with scissors and using cutter pen to cut the center of the logo.

Step 2
Take the red clay. Warm up the clay with your hands. Then flatten the clay. (see image 1)

Step 3
Put the logo that we cut before onto the clay. (see image 2)
 
Step 4
Cut it neatly with cutter pen, and be careful. Just try to not ruin the shape.(see image 3)


Then you've got your first 3D browser :)

Step 3: Google Chrome

The second are still quite easy. It's Google Chrome.

Step 1
Print the logo of Google Chrome, of course you can Google it. Then cut the logo with scissors. Do it neatly. (see image 1)

Step 2
Take a red, green, orange and yellow of clay. I mix the orange and yellow to make the "yellorange" (I don't know how to named it LOL). Warm up the clay with your hands. Then flatten the clay. (see image 2)

Step 3
Put the logo that we cut before onto the clay. Cut it neatly with cutter pen, and be careful. Just try to not ruin the shape. Do it for every shape. (see image 3)

Step 4
Then join it together. You've got your second 3D browser (see image 4)

Step 4: Internet Explorer

The third are kinda challenging. You need a cutter pen skill. It's Internet Explorer.

Step 1
Print the logo of Internet Explorer, just Google it. Then cut the logo with scissors and using cutter pen to cut the center of the logo. Do it neatly. (see image 1)

Step 2
Take the blue and yellow clay. Warm up the clay with your hands. Then flatten the clay. Put the logo that we cut before onto the clay. Cut it neatly with cutter pen, and be careful. Just try to not ruin the shape. (see image 2)

Step 3
Then join it together. You've got your third 3D browser (see image 4)

Step 5: Mozilla Firefox

The last and the most challenging. You really need a cutter pen skill. It's Mozilla Firefox.

Step 1
Print the logo of Mozilla Firefox, just Google it. Then cut the logo with scissors. I cut the body of fox and the tail in separated way. Do it neatly. 

Step 2
Take the red, orange, yellow and blue clay. I mix the orange and red to make the "redrange" (again, I don't know how to named it LOL). The redrange are for the body of fox.

Step 3 (the fox body)
Warm up the redrange clay with your hands. Then flatten the clay. Put the logo that we cut before onto the clay. Cut it neatly with cutter pen, and be careful. Just try to not ruin the shape. (see image 1)

Step 4 (the blue world)
Take a blue clay. Warm up the clay with your hands. Then flatten the clay. Make a round shape. (see image 2)

Step 5 (the tail)
We still use the redrange color to make the tail. I mix the redrange with a little yellorange color at the end of the tail. I did this for fire effect. But end up look like a gold fish tail. LOL (see image 3)

Step 6
Using a cutter pen to create fur effects. I think I messed it up. (see image 4)

Step 7
Press lightly on the boundary between the body and tail joint. So it can blend well. Don't forget about the nose. (see image 5)

Step 8
Join it together. (see image 6)

Step 6: Finish!!

Yaay !! You've just completed all of your 3D Logo Browser. I decided to make just 4 browser, even though there are many browser are exist.



Have fun :D


Greetings from Indonesia!!

Comments

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Capitalist (author)2013-09-24

This is by far the best contest entry for play with clay.
keep it up! :D

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faziefazie (author)Capitalist2013-09-24

Thank you so much. Appreciate it greatly :)

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the_gamer99 (author)2013-09-24

Very cool but why did you say the german schritt as step

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faziefazie (author)the_gamer992013-09-24

what is the German shritt? I don't understand what you mean.

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