Fun with Modeling Clay
Internationally recognized artist Barbara Reid reveals her secrets for turning lumps of modeling clay into fun, fantastic pictures and characters of all kinds. Easy-to-follow illustrated instructions in this book in the Kids Can Do It series show kids how to make a zoo full of animals, a rocket launch pad, a 3-D prehistoric dinosaur hangout -- and much more! All they need to get started is some modeling clay (any kind will do), a few easy-to-find tools, a good imagination and these helpful tips from an expert.
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1Start 2Make 2Roll 3Add 4Add 7Add add a face Add a small animals Attach ball and pinch ball of clay ball on top balls for eyes basic bird Basic shapes bigger board to flatten bottom half clay background create curved dinosaur dots or tiny drop shape duck edge egg shape feet fingers flat bottom flattened sausage flippers four sausage legs four thick cylinder head IMake IRoll knife or wire layer modeling clay mouth nose nostrils oval overlapping pancake and bend pancake ears pencil dots picture piece of clay Pieces of toothpick Pinch and turn Pinch one side poke Press a ball Press flat ribbons reptiles ribbon scarf ribbon trunk robot roll round ball round pencil sausage shapes scene scratch sharp pencil small ball small pancake spots small sausage tail smooth snakes for legs snout snowman stick stool stripes tape thick pancake thin snakes zooful