Miniature Food with Polymer Clay for Beginners
In this course I’ll teach you how to make miniature food charms with polymer clay. This course is designed for beginners, so you don’t need to have any prior experience about polymer clay as I’ll start the course with the basic knowledge about it including;
- Polymer clay general properties,
- Conditioning polymer clay,
- Baking polymer clay.
After that I’ll take you through a number of seven different tutorials for making realistic looking food charms that you can put on keychains or you might make them as jewelry. These tutorials are;
- Cinnamon roll.
- Ice cream.
Through out these tutorials, I’ll show you my tips and tricks for making textures, dripping sauces and cheese, icing and other food ingredients! So If you’d like to make some charms that everyone would like to eat then join me now!
Now you can have a look at the content of the course and if you’ve any questions, just send to me.
I hope you’ll enjoy it and I’m looking forward to seeing your creative work.
If you’re not satisfied with the content of the course, just let’s know within 14-days of your purchase and you’ll get a 100% refund without having to give an explanation.
Videos from the course
Materials and Tools
Making doughnut’s dough
Cupcakes; adding the toppings
What Will I Learn?
- You'll be able to make miniature food charms with polymer clay.
- You'll learn some useful tips and tricks to make your miniatures look realistic and yummy.
- If you're a beginner, you'll gain the basic knowledge about polymer clay first. That includes but not limited to; general properties about polymer clay, conditioning the clay, baking it, storage and safety issues.
- You'll gain the skill of sculpting with polymer clay, so you'll be able to make things other than the miniatures that are explained in the course.