Learn to Sculpt and Fabricate a Miniature Mouse Character

with Aleah Klay

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What you will learn:


Class 1:

  • About Aleah

  • Materials needed and tools

  • Blocking head body

Class 2:

  • Body

  • Feet and ear

Class 3:

  • Tail

  • Frame of coar


Class 4:

  • Pieces to mouse coat - put together

Class 5:

  • Adding fur to the head

Class 6:

  • Fur to arms and hands

Class 7:

  • Arm and coat pieces plus collar

Class 8:

  • Flocking on the body

Class 9:

  • Flocking the coat and aplying fur

  • Eyes nose and painting


  • Sculpting a teddy bear

About the course

The Method of sculpting a miniature character with polymer clay with Aleah Klay: Beginning with a wire armature or, in the case of the littlest of my scupts a single piece of wire. Using a sewing needle for sculpting detail, the heads and faces are the first to appear in the clay. Then the torso, and limbs. Last to be sculpted are the costumes. After curing the clay. I then add fur a few strands at a time. The fur is painted using the tinies brushes I can find. This sculpting online course is a masterpiece if you are looking into creating tiny characters.

Open Facebook Group to students of this course:
Curious Mondo: Learn to Sculpt and Fabricate a Miniature Mouse

Time table:
9 hours

Basic / Intermediate / Advanced

Target market:
Artists, anyone who loves sculpting or want to start a new hobby or career

Main objective:
Learn to Sculpt and Fabricate a Miniature Mouse Character Doll



About the instructor

Aleah Klay

Born in California, to an American mother and Swiss Father. She lived a few years in Switzerland, and spent most of her childhood in Utah. Aleah currently resides in Florida. She enjoys long walks, and wildlife watching. She also enjoys reading, dancing and going to her local community theater to learn, practice, and perform Improv comedy.

A love of toys, playfulness, Story, illustrations, and fantasy are at the heart of her works. Each miniature takes on it's own personality and has a unique story to tell. The stories are unwritten, leaving interpretition in the minds of the viewers. My hope is to bring a small bit of joy and happiness to those who view them. I believe in the golden rule, good will, positive attitude, hard work, and finding a path to happiness. It is my intention to insinuate these things through my art.

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