My name is Carlos MariÃÂa 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.
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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 HomerÂ´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 homeroÂ´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
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