Under the Sea: Polymer Clay Coral Reef

$107.00

She’s back with another 3-day course that combines polymer clay and epoxy resin! Join
polymer artist Melissa Terlizzi as she demonstrates how to create a vibrant coral reef teeming
with colorful sea life. Melissa will share her simple methods for sculpting coral, fish, and an
octopus out of clay; as well as her technique using paint to enhance details and add dimension.
She’ll show how to add layers of resin to create an “ocean” where fish and corals can be
suspended at different depths. Dive in! This bright, whimsical project will really get your creative
juices flowing!

In this course, you will learn how to:

Create an ocean background, blending clay to create the illusion of depth
Sculpt and assemble several types of tropical coral (eg. Venus fan coral, brain coral, elk horn
coral, etc.)
Create different types of reef fish, including the Moorish idol, yellow tang, grouper, and sea star
Build the centerpiece octopus
Add paint to accent your clay creations
Mix and pour resin to bring your coral reef to life!

 

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In-Depth Instructions

Available on Desktop, Mobile and Tablet

What You Will Learn

Class 01:

  • Class overview; tools/materials

Class 02:

  • Create water background

Class 03:

  • Begin coral

Class 04:

  • Finish coral

Class 05:

  • Build reef on background (and bake)

Class 06:

  • Create octopus (and bake)

Class 07:

  • Create fish (and bake)

Class 08:

  • Paint octopus and reef

Class 09:

  • Pour resin

Bonus:

  • Polymer clay pufferfish

Open Facebook Group to students of this course:
Curious Mondo: Polymer Clay Coral Reef

Time table:
9 hours

Level:
Basic / Intermediate / Advanced

Target market:
Sculptors, crafters, anyone who loves polymer clay, sculpting, or want to start a new hobby or career

Main objective:
Learn how to sculpt a coral reef in polymer clay.

Prerequisite:
None

Additional information

Language

English

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