How to Sculpt a Dragonfly on a Rock in Polymer Clay




Introduction: How to Sculpt a Dragonfly on a Rock in Polymer Clay

This is a great project for all polymer clay sculptors in whatever your skill level is. Learn about sculpting in polymer clay on a rock. Get ideas on how to apply detailing to the dragonfly. Learn how to do Jacob's beautiful bronze and blue finish and more. See below for pertinent information on this video. Please rate the video, comment and subscribe for more content like this.

- Tool and Supply List Sculpy 3 polymer clay in black Pearl Ex Pigments in Duo Red Blue and Antique Bronze Golden Mediums GAC-100 Assorted clay sculpting tools Small paint brush A sharp knife

See this playlist link for other finishes you can do on your sculpture:

If you have any questions, please leave them in the comment section of this video and I will reply. Thank you for watching and thank you for your support. - Jacob

Music: Desert City by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license ( Source: Artist:

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    5 years ago

    I love, love, love this. The idea of putting a dragonfly on a natural base, a rock, is just so awesome. You used accents that I have never heard of but am excited to try. Very good video. I want to subscribe, not sure how, but will check this out. Thank you for this. Come spring, after the snow all melts away, I am going rock hunting!


    Reply 5 years ago

    Thank you. You can subscribe to my YouTube channel with the subscribe button below any of my videos here:

    My YouTube channel has over 500 DIY How To videos on a variety of subjects but mostly sculpture. It is free to subscribe and free to watch my videos.

    Learn how to sculpt dragons, mermaids, fairy houses, fairies, figures, animals - the list goes on and on.

    Thanks for watching!


    Shelagh R
    Shelagh R

    6 years ago

    I really liked your instructions were very clear and I have lots of rocks. Anyone I know who go travelling I ask them to bring me a rock from where ever they go. My imagination is running wild on what I can do. By the way I love dragonflies. will coming back