Miniature sculptures you should try when you’re bored.
Small objects are just breath-taking. Not just because they’re a tiny version of something big, but because they require a lot of work and accuracy to achieve. Just a slight wrong movement and you’ll have to start from scratch. Well, today, we’re putting your precision skills to the test and we give you some ideas on how to create adorable mini sculptures that resemble food. Your main ingredient will be polymer clay; though sometimes you’ll need other bits and bobs to make your miniatures more realistic. Polymer clay is a relatively cheap sculpting material so don’t worry if you screw it up the first time. You must only give it form, sometimes mix it with other pieces of polymer clay and bake it in the oven. You can also apply glaze/glossy top coat on it, and even paint it.
Watch the video to discover how to make tiny realistic tomatoes or how to use polymer clay to create beautiful and unique jewelry.
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