I know, I know, I already told you about my father, but I have to return to him one more time to show you something else he makes. Apart from all the miniatures I already told you about, lately he’s been focusing on miniature instruments, and I think they deserve a whole separate post, because they are super cool.
I saw a picture of this bookmark many years ago and I saved the link right away because I knew I’ll be making one someday. So, when I discovered the Jumping Clay some months ago, I knew I had found the perfect material to make it, and the birthday of my friend Marta, who is a big fan of The Wizard of Oz, was the best excuse to try it.
Alex is my boyfriend and he’s an outstanding modeler. Today I want to show you this helicopter he made.
Do you want to see how he made it? I’ll just say it took him a year and two months to finish it.
I had my first contact with polymer clay some months ago. Although it’s a material that’s been around and on trend for quite long, I wasn’t feeling interested on it. However, after seeing the pretty amazing things you can make with it, I decided I had to give it a try!
Keep reading to see what came out and some links to some of the best polymer clay artists in the internet!