Polymer Clay Gargoyle Tutorial

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A beautiful full color 7 page eBook tutorial featuring a how-to guide to create an adorable polymer clay gargoyle figurine; this gargoyle and this project were featured in The Polymer Arts, Spring 2014 edition. This is a sculpting tutorial for polymer clay but can also be used for fondant, sugar paste, modeling chocolate, and other sculpting mediums.

Description

GARGOYLE TUTORIAL

For Polymer Clay, Fondant, Sugar Paste, & Other Sculpting Mediums

Polymer Clay Gargoyle Tutorial by Kater's Acres | Suitable for Fondant, Sugar Paste, Gum Paste, & Other Modeling Materials

WHAT YOU’RE PURCHASING:

A beautiful full color 7 page eBook tutorial featuring a how-to guide to create an adorable polymer clay gargoyle figurine; this gargoyle and this project were featured in The Polymer Arts, Spring 2014 edition. This is a sculpting tutorial for polymer clay but can also be used for fondant, sugar paste, modeling chocolate, and other sculpting mediums.

This is an INSTANT DOWNLOAD TUTORIAL: After your payment has been confirmed, you will be directed to a page where you can quickly & easily download your tutorial.

Do you like this tutorial? You can get more just like it by joining the Club, Parker’s Clayful Tutorial Club.  Details about this monthly polymer clay tutorial club are available here.

DISCLAIMER:

This eBook assumes a basic knowledge of polymer clay. It does not go into detail about conditioning clay, though links are provided within the PDF to help you. This eBook is FREE on my blog if you sign up for my email list.


COPYRIGHT NOTICE:

This document and everything contained in it, including graphics & text are the property of KatersAcres, illegal redistribution or sale without proper consent is subject to penalty under law.

You can create and sell any sculptures you make using this tutorial. Please give credit to KatersAcres for the design in your online product listings.

1 review for Polymer Clay Gargoyle Tutorial

  1. 4 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I don’t know WHAT I did wrong, but mine doesn’t look anything like this. I thought I followed the instructions too. I did try to make him again and he looks much better the second time around. Where did you get your clock hand for this guy?

    • The gargoyle might take a few attempts to get him right. Keep trying, you’ll get there. I got my clock hand from the scrapbooking section of my craft store. This one was made by Tim Holtz.

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