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  • Petite Fraise

    Je trouve que ta composition est très joli

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  • marieslittlethings

    wonderfull :)) i love watching your videos!

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  • Arcnia

    Absolutely stunning and detailed o

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  • Alina Hensel

    great💕😍 i really love your Videos!!

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  • Lani Haskins

    The colours you've chosen all look amazing together! And the textures are beautiful ❤️

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  • YellowBunny 0620

    so CUTE😍😍😍

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  • Martin Bumblebee

    So you are painting the clay sculptures before baking? I am always so scared that I will ruin the whole thing. 😀
    Your hands and their moves are so professional…I am jealous! 😀

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  • Stella Ste

    Beautiful and wonderful colors, i love this colors ^__^

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  • In a magic Nutshell

    Amazing!!!! u use acrylic paint in the second mushrooms?

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  • Claymence

    😍😍😍😍

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  • Jeannette Buchholz

    Perfekt ,könnte dir den ganzen Tag zugucken 🙂

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  • Amy Sherlock

    This is awesome!!!🎨🖌

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  • Tessa Gray

    C'est bien fait et beau!!
    C'est tellement réaliste!

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  • Happy Little Charms

    This is so beautiful!

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  • Tina Lindholm

    The detail under the "hat". Wow!

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  • suzy98

    How long have you been doing polymer clay?

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  • Buttered Lumps

    Fungus.

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  • Trillian M

    I love all of your videos. I think you are an amazing artist and I can't wait to try your tutorials when I get my polymer clay :-).

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  • Poisson Rouge

    peut tu faire le tutoriel sur les cauraux stp c tlm beau 💙💛 merci sur ceux t créa son magnifique

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  • msnounours

    Very cool. And the colors are gorgeous!

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  • Star of the East

    Love these adorable mushrooms, funny enough we are also in the middle of a mushroom project but in textiles 🙂
    I think they have stems, definitely not feet, in any case beautiful results and love the overall bark project(s) 🙂

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  • Sangeetha das

    Looks so cute and realistic!!!

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  • Klay Ah

    Pourquoi tu ne parles pas en français si tu es française?

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  • Selene

    I love the mushrooms! There are so many types around! I especially love the colorful and the ones with interesting forms! You've done a great job! As always, amazing details!

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  • EverythingFimo

    Thank you for this lovely tutorial dear Stephanie.:*

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  • Paper Whispers

    Stunning!

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  • Tessa Rosina

    Awesome video, love the colours. You can say stem or stalk for the supporting part of the mushroom. Or if you are into mycology, it's actually called a stipe 🙂

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  • Ildi Beleznai

    I really love the mushrooms color:)

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  • brikhouse22

    In English we would say "stem" not "foot". Beautiful piece.

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  • Zerra Tilar

    My mom's favorite color is blue! 💙💙💙

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  • chulita39

    Your tutorials are always beautiful, not to mention the beauty of your art. You are very talented but what I like the most is the kindness of your answers and the modesty you show. You rock! Greetings from Italy

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  • Klay Ah

    En tout cas t'es créations sont géniales et tu as un superbe anglais

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  • Mikio Da Silva

    It's called "stems," Stephanie! 😊

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  • Soffy

    Awesome tutorial!! The forest arrangement looks so realistic and magical!! I love it, you're very talented!! 🙂

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  • Ryoko1832

    In English you can call them either a Stem or Foot 🙂

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  • Jussara Resende

    it is SO beautiful.

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  • jadeetdaly

    je suis toujours autant impressionnée par le nombre d"'étapes les détails ta dextérité
    bravo

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  • kitty cat

    IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVEEEEEEEEE

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  • Stephanie Broder

    maybe a silly question, but why do you add paint before you bake? I'm getting ready to finally try to make something you've shown and I just want to get everything exactly right 🙂

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  • Larissa Amurov

    Hi Stephanie. I don't like the color blue but it turns out so beautiful… What paint did you use in the mycena interrupta? It was acrylic paint? How do you avoid dirt in the clay while modeling? It happens with me frequently when I model light color clays. How do you clean up the clay if it get some dirt? Thanks again!

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  • 홍일근

    ok😊

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  • Ellie Dimambro-Denson

    Lichens are basically a symbiotic mixture of fungi and algae both working together symbiotically to stay alive so that the algae photosynthesizes to feed the fungi which in turn protects the algae. So lichens are half mushrooms/fungi 🙂 Wonderful video by the way, I love the colours together!

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  • Sarah Cormiea

    It seemed like you painted some of the flat fungus before baking it. Can you still bake it later after the paint dries?

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  • Christelle H

    Travail très beau et détaillé, +1 abonnées 😉

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  • Full Moon Fantasy Art

    Brilliant!!!

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  • Carol Borthwick

    so ooooh beautiful x

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  • Sine Juhl

    It is so beautiful! Do you paint unbaked clay with acrylic paint? And does it work to bake clay with acrylic paint on?

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  • Jojo Caitlin

    cuteee we call it a stem though not as foot lol

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  • ElfieShotts

    Love your tutorials!

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  • Mina Xy

    Ohhhh my gooooooood 😍😍😍
    Thats soooo beautyfull what do you make
    I'm in love 😍
    Maybe I try to make this mushrooms too 🙈

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  • Wight Queen

    I love your nature based tutorials!!!

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  • Aubrey Wright

    Holy wow you are flippin amazing!! I love how you sculpt!

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  • Isabelle

    c'est … sublime …

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  • Brendan Bush

    Your dexterity is amazing to make such tiny things, absolutely beatiful..

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  • Bakersfield Street Photography

    i like the term foot

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  • Kathleen Probus

    Lichen is a symbiotic relationship between algae or cyanobacteria and fungus. I love your colors and that bark is absolutely the best!!!!

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  • Coralee Walsh

    Amazing work Stephanie. I love your videos. Also it's not called a foot is called a stem.

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  • jazzy Greene

    In English it's a stem but it's cute that you call it a foot ^,^

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  • Terranscapes

    Wonderful work. 🙂 I dropped in to see your mini mushrooms because I create miniature dioramas and want to include some in my current project. Your technique is totally new to me and really helpful. I was thinking it might be nice to see some photos of the actual mushrooms you are making to give a reference for your sculpts. I had to go look at amanitas (watched that video as well) to see if the white spots had as much texture as yours did, and they do! 🙂

    Coming from miniature work I wanted to suggest using a wash to highlight areas like the gills rather than paint. A wash flows into the gaps and shades them rather than the ridges which adds a touch more realism to them. However, a more stylized look can also be nice so it's really the artist's goal that is most important — of course. 😉

    Here is a good video showing the effect washes can create:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1wNct6bK7Yg

    Frequently this is combined with a drybrush highlight and Aella13 (same artist above) does a fantastic job describing it:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VVT3hzPSgxo

    These techniques can be simplified for small areas like your gills so don't think you need three layers of highlights, etc. 🙂 A single wash (diluted) with a single drybrush of white/off-white is enough and very easy.

    Hope these suggestions don't come across as negative criticism. 🙂 Love your mushrooms just as they are. But I am a bit of a perfectionist, which you admit to and wisely advise against, so I thought I share these ideas. *grin*

    I'm going to be sending some miniature modelers your way so they can see what your techniques can provide for them. Thanks for the videos and a new subscription for me.

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  • Espen Sales

    Wow, I always thought "lichen" was pronounced "litch-en", not "lie-ken". I was just about to correct your pronunciation and make a fool of myself… the video is great btw.

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  • Bryan Alvarez Medina

    I keep on coming for more it's soothing and calming plus your voice plz be my Siri voice

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  • kim ryan

    I love blue too.💙💙💙😉😉😉

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  • pinkyysk

    Amazing

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  • Yeny Miluska

    I love so much the colors in this !!!!

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  • Zaracha Stellaris

    I like that you pronounced it the French way, you are French, aren't you? You should say it how you feel comfortable, 😉

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  • megan graham

    Your creations are awesome!!! I'm planning my wedding and it's woodsy themed so I really want to make this and incorporate it in the décor somehow! Thanks for the tutorials!

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  • A Bergie Creation

    wonderful video stephanie!

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  • Ido Sigelman

    ;-)so cute! i gonna make a tree with some… mushroom tree!

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  • Cheri Whitley

    U didn't say but don't u bake the stem or foot and underside of baked mushrooms also?its beautiful..I love your work!!!thank u

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  • Rabbi Porkchop

    Great job 🙂 I'm calling it a foot from now on. Thanks !

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  • Joode

    Absolutely beautiful! May I ask about the colours you used? Were they ready made colours from a clay brand or did you make the colour yourself?

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  • cristinagrace8

    How long would you bake something that small?

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  • TheCriticom

    After you bake the head of the mushroom do you also have to bake the stem when it's attached ?

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  • Amanda Hill

    Beautiful mini mushrooms!

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  • INOX PRO

    Φανταστικό !!!

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  • Didi Didene

    So beautiful

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  • Lori Watts

    Did you bake it again at the end? If so how long and what temp?

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  • melanie Bishop

    Thank you, I was looking for mushrooms for fairy houses. These are adorable .

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