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My baby Groot :)
Baby Groot made with two parts epoxy putty, painted with bitumen and mineral solvent and embellished with plastic mini leaves.

Posted by Gente de Massinha from Serra, Espírito Santo, Brazil • Published See Gente de Massinha's 3 projects »
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  • How to mold a clay character. My Baby Groot  - Step 1
    Step 1

    Not really a tutorial, more like how i made it, sorry.
    I used 2 parts epoxy putty, plastic mini leaves, pieces of wire, bitumen and mineral solvent, moss, mini vase, super glue.

    - For the base, I made a skinny and long cone, let it dry slightly and give it a little twist. Put a piece of wire to hold the little head. I made some marks on the trunk.

  • How to mold a clay character. My Baby Groot  - Step 2
    Step 2

    - I made the little arms and put wire to fix. Used super glue too to secure in the position I wanted and started doing the vines with twisted rolls of dough.

    - I did the face, with some shallow marks, cut the lips and pressed a pen to make the eyes. Then I made mini twisted cones and started to add through the head toward the edges. I mounted the head using the piece of wire and super glue.

  • How to mold a clay character. My Baby Groot  - Step 3
    Step 3

    - Once dry, I painted the piece with wax bitumen diluted with mineral spirits and put sprigs of plastic glued here and there.

    Now, just put in a mini vase, giving the finish with dry moss.

    I hope you are capable of understand my english, please excuse the errors.

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Dona Monstra
Dona Monstra · 9 projects
A-MA-ZING!!!! * - *
Gente de Massinha
Gente de Massinha · Serra, Espírito Santo, BR · 6 projects
Oi Dona Monstra, obrigada Happy
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susie
susie · Glasgow, Scotland, GB · 154 projects
No words for how cool and awesome... Happy
Gente de Massinha
Gente de Massinha · Serra, Espírito Santo, BR · 6 projects
Thank you Susie, blushing now Happy
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