Sculpting a 6
Sculpting a 6

Sculpting a 6" Fairy Child in Polymer Clay

with Barbara Felts

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$137

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What you will learn

01

Class 1:

  • Intro and bio
  • Class outline and expectations
  • Tools & Materials

Class 2:

  • Where I get the reference patterns that I use

Class 3:

  • Proportions for a child
02

Class 4:

  • Building an armature

Class 5:

  • Sculpting the full figure head to toe

Class 6:

  • Painting
03

Class 7:

  • Applying hair

Class 8:

  • Dressing the figure as a flower fairy

Class 9:

  • Simple wings

BONUS!

  • Bonus Class: Fairy Base
  • Bonus item: Materials list
  • Bonus item: 6 inch Infant/Young Child Proportions
  • Bonus item: Tiny Babies Book
  • Bonus item: Tiny Baby Pattern & Armature
  • Bonus item: Jammy Baby Book
  • Bonus item: Jammy Baby Pattern
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About the course

In this course I will share with you how I create a 6 inch polymer clay child which I will finish as a fairy. I will explain how the techniques that you will learn can be adapted to a sculpture of any size or age. These are the same basic techniques that I use for all of my full sculptures from babies to adults.
 

Open Facebook Group to students of this course:
Curious Mondo: Sculpting a 6" Fairy Child in Polymer Clay

Time table:
9 hours

Level:
Basic / Intermediate / Advanced

Target market:
Sculptors, art dolls artists, anyone who loves sculpting or want to start a new hobby or career

Main objective:
Learn how to sculpt a 6-inch doll in polymer clay.

Prerequisite:
None

Curious Mondo Instructor Barbara Felts

About the instructor

Barbara Felts

For as long as I can remember I have been compelled to create. I share this desire with my Mother and I have many fond memories of creating with her over the years. I wouldn't be where I am today without her encouragement to take my first sculpting class with June Goodnow at a doll show in 1995. I became obsessed with sculpting as soon as I had the clay in my hand. Since that doll show I have taken many sculpting classes and attended many shows with my mother right by my side. I have learned so much over the years but I strive to learn more each day. I mostly sculpt with polymer clay at this time but I have begun experimenting with other mediums.

I have won many awards over the years starting the first year that felt qualified to submit an entry.

Dolls magazine Industry choice awards (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017)
Dolls magazine public's choice award (2014, 2015)
IDTS Judge's choice award - 2016

Due to health and family issues I was unable to sculpt much in the past couple of years so I haven't entered since 2017. I have just moved into a new house with a separate space for my studio. I have enjoyed teaching in the past and I hope to begin having classes again at my new studio. I would love to pass along the information that I have learned over the years.

I am a member of several organizations
ODACA - Original Doll Artist Council of America
PDMAG - Professional Doll Makers Art Guild
IADR - International Art Doll Registry