I made these out of polymer clay for a stop motion short in this year’s Experimental Puppetry Theater show (XPT) at the Center for Puppetry Arts. Height ranges from 1/2″ to 1.” My favorite part is the mayo jar! The actual jar is a bottle cap, the lid is polymer clay, the label is paper/ colored pencil/ packing tape, and the mayo is oil based clay which stays soft. You know, for scooping action.
The first fro-yo cast was successful! Next I’ll be experimenting with different colors and painting techniques so I can plan a color scheme for the edition. Yay!
I added some stuff to the shop and created a coupon code for February. Check it out! www.etsy.com/shop/GoldfishUnderwater
I use a sandable primer to fill in any imperfections and get the surface super smooth. I usually use black so I can see where I’ve already been. Done with the wet sanding, ready for a sealer coat, and then off to the mold making stage!
Adding detail to the fro-yo swirl in layers.