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Welcome fellow instructable lovin' users! Today you will learn how to create your own Super Mario Brothers Polymer Clay Sculpture! Lesson Ideas for ...
Materials Needed: Sculpey® III White :S302 001 Black: S302 042 Emerald :S302 323 Yellow:S302 072 Red Hot Red:S302 583 Blu...
Open up and bend paper clips into the basic shape of your sculpture, this is your wire armature. Next build up the shape of your statue using tin fo...
Take a look at the statue you are making. Since you will be laying the clay I want you to think about the process like this. Your tin foil armature ...
I liked the blue that came with my kit, but I just felt it was to dark, so I mixed it with some white to get a lighter color for his overalls. I also...
Roll our your Mario's Overalls. Wrap it around your tin foil armature. Once done it is time to move on, we will add details later.
Time to over Mario's toes. I covered the are with the choclolate brown, then use the chocolate brown, a little bit of yellow and white to create the...
Next I rollled out the beige and wrapped Mario's head. I took larger balls of the same color to increase the size of his cheeks and create his nose.
To create his mouth I rolled out a piece of black, I mixed a small amount of red and black to make the color of his tongue. I then rolled a thin coil...
Mario would not be Mario with out his plumbers hat. Roll a ball of red and place it on top of Mario's head, smooth is around until you get the basic ...
Roll out white and put it over the hands of the armature. You can then roll small couls to add the fingers to Mario. At this point I also added ears...
Mario is not Mario with out his monogrammed hat. Just like the mouth and eyes I created the M off of the sculpture and attached it to the hat. I als...
I added Mario's buttons and some small coils on his ears for detail then felt satisfied that Mario was complete.
I wanted Mario to be jumping on something, so I opted for a turtle. I started by making a tinfoil ball the size of the turtle.
I then rolled out a thin slab of black to cover the turtle.
I then rolled out a slab of green to go on the top of the turtle.
I drew lines on the top of the green then rolled small coils to go down inside.
I then rolled out white to go around the green top of the turtle. I made areas where legs and his head would pop out and used small coils to cover hi...
I used part of a broken paper clip to help secure the turtle to Mario. The piece went down through Mario's leg and into the turtle.
Take Directly from Sculpey®'s Website: Bake at 275 °F (130 °C) for 15 minutes per 1/4 in (6 mm) thickness. DO NOT MICROWAVE. Baking should be comp...
After Mario came out I decided the lid needed to fit more with the cartoon look of Mario, so I added yellow clay around the base and baked it all agai...
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