If you watched a cartoon about a young viking,refused to kill the dragons and even made friends with them, you probably know who the Bezubik is. This mischievous character with good eyes, completely out of place for his breed, Night Furies, has fallen in love with a huge number of fans. The Bezubik with booty in the teeth can be in your collection of figures from polymer clay, if you arm with several colors of plastic and a couple of tools. The figure is molded quite simply, after which it is baked at a temperature of 110-130 degrees for about half an hour.
Tools and materials for work
- Polymer clay in 4 colors: black, white, gray and yellow. To work perfectly fit plastic Fimo Soft.
- Toothpicks - 3pcs.
- Metal stack with a ball d = 3-5 mm.
- A plastic stack with a drop-shaped tip.
- Plastic stack in the form of a knife.
In addition, you will need a flat surface, preferably heat resistant in order to bake the figure directly on it.
The sequence of sculpting the dragon
Consider step by step, as an ordinary piece of polymer clay transformed into Bezubik.
We begin to form a figure with the most massive of itparts - trunk. The body of the dragon is a truncated cone, which can easily be recreated by first rolling the ball, and then slightly pulling its upper part. To attach to the body of the head in its upper part, insert a toothpick.
We sculpt the hind legs. The figure will be sitting, so we attach the paws on the sides of the trunk.
The shape of the head of the Bezubik is not round. To do this, first roll the ball, then pull it from both sides. A metal stack with a ball-shaped tip will make a notch in place of which there will be eyes.
We put a head on the trunk, putting it on a toothpick sticking out of its top.
Eyes blind from the flattened balls of yellow clay and attach them to the prepared holes. Pupils are formed from black and white clay.
Between the eyes we make a series of thorns in the form of small balls.
We'll make ears and fix them on the sides of the dragon's head.
For more similarity with the animated character, we'll add the growths on the head.
The upper limbs will form in the form of long oblate cones.
We attach the obtained legs to the body in such a way that they reach the surface on which the dragon sits.
With a drop-shaped stack, we make 3 grooves on each of the four paws. There will be claws. Also, we will make the nostrils on the head with the same stack.
Sharp claws Bezubik roll of white clay andWe insert into the holes on the legs with the help of an acute stack-perforator. Manually, such a procedure is difficult to implement, because it is possible to unintentionally shift future claws aside.
From black clay we will make wings. To do this, you need to roll 2 flat parts outwardly resembling a sunflower seed, then cut two strips on the wide side of the wing using a plastic knife to make 3 equal segments. One segment needs to be separated from the other and made more rounded.
For greater strength, we place the wings on toothpicks and work them on the sides of the trunk at the neck level.
The tail is formed from a long piece of black clay,expanded from one side. On the narrow side we attach the part in the form of a semicircle, on which we cut (but not to the end) small divisions. We attach the tail to the body in such a way that it is at the level of the hind legs.
Additionally, you can decorate the face of the dragonfish tail, attached at the level of the mouth of the toothless tooth. To make it it is possible, for example, gray color by means of a stack in the form of a knife by a technique similar to item 1.5.SOVET. If you do not have stacks of the right shape at hand, you can easily replace them with improvised materials. Instead of a plastic stack in the form of a knife, the usual ruler, the angle of which will be used in the work, is suitable. A stack punch can be replaced with a thick needle, and a stack with a drop-shaped tip - the rod of a ballpoint pen.