Homer Simpson (Donut Head)




Introduction: Homer Simpson (Donut Head)

Hi friends!
My name is Carlos Mari­a Castelao Bravo. Im from Buenos Aires, Argentina. im 30 years old.
I apologize for my english but my language is the spanish.
I will realize a instructive about Homer Simpson (Donut Head) with "cold porcelain" (similar play doh) but It hardens with the air.
I wish that the images are explanatory.

Step 1: I Take a Little Piece.

I take a little piece and I knead it to soften it.

Step 2: To Create!

I add tempera paint and I mix them

Step 3: Making Forms

Mix and take a a small piece.

Step 4: Finishing the Eyes

I knead a little piece with a acrylic (it allows to see through) and cut pieces of equal measurement.
I knead again forming a ball and finiched with my fingers.
I dry the Homer´s eyes.

Step 5: Forming Colors

we repeated the first step with other colors (Homer`s head)

Step 6: Head

Form a ball and push with acrylic (look a image)

Step 7: Finalizing the Head

With a cylinder cut center of donut and with other cylinder smallest form the pieces cleared by Homer.

Step 8: Great!

Inserted the eyes in the head
I create a small ball and I make the ears. With a cylinder i create the nose.

Step 9: Beard

I knead a small brown piece and with the aid of the fingers I make the beard
Insert the beard in the head

Step 10: Finalizing to Homer

I draw the eyes with a little brush.
I cut a narrow wire and form the hair.
I insert the hair on the head.
I paint the hair

Step 11: Here Is......Homero Simpson!!!!!

A homero´s photo accompanies to me during the work.
If it inserted desire a piece of chain and I create a key ring

Please they excuse my English.
From Buenos Aires, Argentina
Carlos Castelao

write me to: cibercharles_@hotmail.com

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    14 years ago on Step 11

    What is the name of the clay you use? Can you sand it? Paint it? Excellent work btw.


    Reply 14 years ago on Introduction

    The name of the clay is porcelana fria (in spanish). I dont know tha name in English: is similar to "play doh" or "plastilina" but it hardens. You can sandt it and paint it with every paint. greetings from Argentina.


    14 years ago on Introduction

    very nice! su inglés es muy bueno si su lengua materna es española - Joe (in Wales)


    14 years ago on Introduction

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    14 years ago on Introduction

    lol was it just me or did the white play dough on the glass remind you of something else