ORNATE ELEPHANT – USE YOUR SCRAP CLAY CHALLENGE – DAY 8

🐘HELLO DEARS! MIHAELA IS ONE OF MY FAVOURITE ARTISTS. SHE SKETCH ON HER MIND AND HER ART IS ALWAYS GREAT AND SHE IS SO SELFLESS BECAUSE EXPLAINS THE SECRETS OF EACH WORK.

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Hello dear friends!

Here’s the perfect tutorial for a winter day. This colorful piece will hopefully brighten up your day.

In this tutorial I’m using a variation of the Natasha technique, also called the Natasha bead. This is an easy technique that, in my humble opinion, will give you amazing results, especially if you’re a fan of symmetry.

The Natasha technique is aboutusing scrap clay (ideally the leftovers of a beautiful cane), but any scrap clay will do, and roll it into a log, then twist the log many, many times (the more you twist it, the more intricate will be the design on the final piece). Then you cut in the middle, align the two pieces together, roll the bead flat and be prepared to be amazed!

I tweaked a little bit this technique and I prefer to choose the colors that I’m going to use and I also…

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7 responses to “ORNATE ELEPHANT – USE YOUR SCRAP CLAY CHALLENGE – DAY 8

  1. Thank you, my dear friend, for the wonderful presentation that you’ve made for my work and myself. I’m very grateful for your support, for your appreciation and, most of all, for your friendship. It’s an honor for me to have my tutorial shared with your readers. Thank you!
    I’m sending you my best thoughts and my gratitude for everything.
    Have a wonderful and creative day!

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  2. mmerce60

    Good work, an excellent result. Very beautiful colors, for a gray day like today. Congratulations to the artist!🐘😍

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