How add NON Oven-Safe eyes Into A Polymer Clay Sculpture.


Crafty craftin With Chelsea Mastin Craft Theater, Episode 01, Galaxy Octopus Eyes and Gloss video 5/5 Colored Pencils I’ll soon be placing a gloss on top of the eyes that will magnify the printouts. These colored pencils mask the tiny printer dots and add a layer of depth. Nail Polish A little glitter nail polish arounf the rim of iris. water color paint set This just helps the printout iris edge blend in better with the glass bead. Tiny cut through iris only. Elmer’s Glue-all Multi purpose Glue, extra strong formula. Dremeled Glass Bead This just helps hide the cut mark. Lisa Pavelka Magic Gloss. Epic battle between a tooth pick and air bubble. This gloss cures with UV light. With the bottom attached it took much longer to cure, about 40 minutes an eye. Painting! More translucent Liquid Sculpey Liquid Clay and pigment powders. I really should have fully painted before putting in the eyes. :/ I didn’t want to chance another oven round so I hit the wet clay with a heat gun. Not optimal, but it worked. Sculpey Gloss Glaze Two gloss layers and dried between coats. All Done! Welcome to the world, friend! Thank you for watching, please subscribe for more adventures! How to make eyes. Polymer Clay Mosaic.

10 comments

  • Fairysnmypond

    You put in a lot of time with this and it shows. I totally enjoyed watching every bit of you creating. Turned out just wonderful and Im really interested in your next video. Keep them coming you are extremely talented. hugs

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  • Sharon Aur

    you mentioned a link at the end to an easier way of not having to cut the iris ? I'm interested to see it 🙂

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  • Marvin K.

    OMG I wanna learn how to do this!

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  • Darkness Sword

    thank you for sharing is so beautiful it's so realistic

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  • CertainlyCaroline

    Love your octopus! Thank you for sharing.

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  • ToutChat Tout

    Vraiment du bon travail ! Vu toutes les étapes …..la chaîne billes très très bonne idée !

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  • ToutChat Tout

    Partage sur Google + Kisses

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  • Sushi PlushieTM

    cool X3

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  • Adela Chalupova

    thank you for all the tutorials, super usefull and beautiful octopus.. also I have a few questions: 1. can i bake it with glitters and rhinestones added to the clay? 2. and if i paint it after with acrylic and pastels, what should i put over it so it doesn't rub out? 3. can i make the eyes first, and then bake them with the rest of my sculpture? thank you <3

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  • Alma Casiano

    WOW amazing !! I just watched all 5 of your video's on this octopus and I love it !  Thank you so much for sharing your amazing talent !!!  I'm going to try to make an octopus for my daughter who loves them I thought about a bit Larger one ….. but my process will be much the same as you've showed … by the way I'm a new subbie to your channel

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