Sculpting clay figures using air dry clay has become increasingly popular in recent years, and do you look up to those who can sculpt and create any character they like with their skills? If you follow our guide to sculpting scale figures with air dry clay and keep practising, I'm sure you'll be able to quickly master and apply these techniques to sculpt your clay figures.

In this chapter, we'll continue sculpting a 7-head tall scale figure and focus on the sculpting details of this character's curly hair and dress; after studying this chapter, I'm sure you'll be able to master the essentials of sculpting the vast majority of anime scale figures.

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List of Materials & Tools Required

Sculpting Tools

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Face mold, craft scissors, lace scissors, detail needle, modeling ball tools, pressure plate, carving modeling tool, rolling pin, blade, circle cutting tool, mini round cutting tool, double-sided round cutter, plastic sculpting tools, carving knife, egg-shaped auxiliary, pliers, tweezer, sealer super gloss, clay smooth water, 502 super glue and alcohol pads.


Decorative Materials

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Iron wire, copper wire, crystal diamonds, bubble beads, and crowns.

Coloring Tools

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Acrylic paint, acrylic paint brush, pastel set, eyeshadow brush, pointed cotton swabs, pencil, eraser, memo pads.

Clay & Color Mixing

XGB air dry clay (Skin, red, blue, white, brown, and black clay)

  • Mix brown, white, and black clay to create dark brown clay;
  • Mix white, red, and blue clay to create pink clay.

Main Part of Sculpture

Sculpting the Face

1. Knead an appropriate amount of skin clay into a conical shape with a pointed bottom and a round top. Align the pointed end with the nose and press the clay into the face mold. Remove the clay from the mold.

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2. Cut off the excess clay, gently push up the corners of the mouth with a modeling ball tool to make them upturned, and then use a plastic clay sculpting tool to adjust the lip seam.

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Sculpting the Legs

1. The length of the legs of the figure at actual size is 4.5 heads. Take skin clay and shape it into a drop-shaped elongated strip. Use your index finger to press down on the inside of the knee and slowly shape the outline of the calf from the inside of the knee to the ankle.

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2. Rub the shape of the thigh from the inner side of the knee upwards, adjust the shape of the leg slightly, and trim off the excess length of the calf.

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3.  Use a detail needle to create inward diagonal creases on both sides of the knee to shape the knee bone. Use the same method as steps 1 to 3 to create the other leg, making sure that both legs are identical in length and thickness.

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4. Use a plastic clay sculpting tool to make indentations on the hips and inner thighs, then adjust the shape with your fingers and cut away any excess clay.

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5. Take white clay and roll it into a long strip. Pinch one end to form a bend, and adjust the foot's shape using your fingers. Place the top of the foot on the edge of your palm and slowly adjust the ankle size.

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6. Use a detail needle to press out the shape of the ankle bone, cut away the excess clay, and sculpt the girl's feet!

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7. Compare the lengths and cut off the excess clay from the legs. Then, attach the sculpted feet to the legs.

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8. Roll out a thin slice of white clay, use lace scissors to cut out a wave pattern, and then use a knife to trim the excess clay from the other side.

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9. Enclose the wavy lace around the white ankle and paste it with intervals. Every other interval has a wave protruding.

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10. Use detail needles to press down the raised ripples to the gap between the toes, then use scissors to flatten them. The cute and fluffy socks for girls are done.

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11. Roll out a thin sheet of pink clay and use a craft carving knife to make a long arc shape.

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12. Place the pink sheet in the center and cover it over the back of the foot, gather the excess clay in the middle of the heel, and trim away the extra clay sheet. The girl's pink shoe upper is now complete.

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13. Knead black clay into a long strip, then flatten it. Stick the thin black sheet on the bottom of the foot as a sole, and use a pressure plate to smooth the seams.

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14. Take black clay and mold it into a drop shape, and stick it onto the back of the heel. Cut off excess clay, and the girl's high heels are done.

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15. Cut a long pink strip into thin slices, trim one end neatly, wrap it around the middle of the heel, and then cut off the excess clay. Cut another pink strip, connect the pink shoe and circle, and trim the excess clay.

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16. Use a carving modeling tool to adjust the gap between the pink strip and the socks, and then use copper wire to thread from the bottom of the feet to secure the legs. Apply sealer super gloss on the shoe surface, and the high heels are complete.

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Sculpting the Body

1. Roll skin clay into a droplet shape, then pinch a cylinder out of the middle of the rounder end. Place the clay in the palm of your hand and press a hollow shape with the tip of your thumb at the waistline. Lastly, smooth the surface of the clay.

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2. Cut out the arms above the sides of the torso, adjust the shape of the arms and armpits with a detail needle, and finally, cut the arms flush.

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3. Use your thumbs to push the clay from the belly to the chest to create the shape of the girl's breasts, then slowly adjust the shape of the neck and chest.

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Sculpting the Neck

1. Sculpting the Clavicle: Using detail needles to adjust the neck and shoulders from front to back, and horizontally using detail needles to press on both sides of the shoulders to reveal the clavicles.

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2. Press the Pectoralis Major Muscle: Vertically press out the neck muscles in the center of the neck with a detail needle and continue to squeeze on both sides of the muscles to make the muscles in the neck a little more visible.

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4. Use a plastic clay sculpting tool to make a mark in the middle of the chest cavity, then adjust the chest shape by hand and with a detail needle.

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Joining

1. Fix both legs with wire and fill the space between them with white clay, then flatten it with a plastic clay sculpting tool. Connect the torso and secure it with white clay.

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2. Take skin clay and mold it into a half-circle shape to stick on the buttocks. Pinch the round shape of the buttocks with your fingers, and then use a tool to adjust the shape. Pay attention to making the sizes and shapes of both buttocks equal.

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3.  Apply a thin slice of white clay to the buttocks, then use a short blade to cut out the shape of triangle underwear, and use a carving modeling tool to make the white clay fit more closely with the buttocks.

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4. Rub a long white thread and stick it on the edge of the triangle underwear, then use a modeling ball tool to press out the pattern. The pressing method of the pattern is to alternate between inward and outward directions, creating a wave pattern.

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5. Brush red eyeshadow on the knees.

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Sculpting Clothes

Sculpting the Top

1. Roll out a thin pink sheet and use a circular cutter tool to cut a circle-shaped piece and attach it to the chest area. Cut off a half-circle diagonally. Repeat the same method for the other side.

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2. Use the circular cutter tool to cut two circular shapes in the pink sheet and cut an opening in the center protrusion. Center the pink sheet to align the smocking, attach it to the belly, and adjust it with the plastic clay sculpting tool.

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3. Start by pressing the outline of the top with a plastic clay sculpting tool, then use a blade to cut away the excess clay along the indentation.

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4. Use a detail needle to press and stick the edges tightly and create a seam line on the clay pieces on both sides of the waist of the blouse. Press out the garment's folds on both sides of the seam line.

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5. Apply clothing thin film in the same way to the back torso, then press out the folds.

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Sculpting the Belts

1. Mix black clay with some resin clay, knead into a long strip and roll out a thin square piece. Cut a triangle shape in the center of the thin piece. Stick it in the center of the waist and use a carving modeling tool to make a slit in the middle. Cut off the excess clay on both sides of the waist.

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2. Using the same method as step 5(Sculpting the Top), attach the belt to the back and press the folds on the belt with a detail needle and pleat tool. The front folds spread from the middle to both sides, while the back folds curve horizontally downwards.

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3. Use a mini round cutting tool to align and press circular holes on both sides of the seam line on the waistband, then weave a crisscrossing line on the waistband using a shoelace threading technique.

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Sculpting the Skirt

1. Roll out a piece of thin pink dough, cut it into a fan shape, fold the inner side of the fan shape into a wavy, pleated pattern, and then flatten the raised waves.

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2. Using a double-sided round cutter, cut the edges neatly, and then use a detail needle to adjust the folds.

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3. Invert the skirt piece and stick it onto the waistline, aligning it with the waistband, and press it with a detail needle. Flip the skirt piece over and use a detail needle to adjust the pleats at the seam.

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Sculpting the Hands & Arms

Sculpting the Arms

1. Take skin clay and roll it into a long strip. Press it down on the elbow and adjust the size and shape of the arm.

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2. Compare the thickness of the arms, adjust to the appropriate size, and then trim off any excess clay.

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3. Using the same method as step 1, make another arm shape and then bend it to create the pose of the arm bending.

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Sculpting the Palms

1. Roll skin clay into a long strip and flatten one end with your fingers. Cut the outline of the hand out of the flattened end and then cut out the fingertips. Press the knuckles between the fingers with a detail needle.

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2. Pinch the knuckles, then adjust the fingers into a natural movement.

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3. Use a detail needle to press out the details of the palm and wrist, then use a tool to press out the palm lines.

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4. Roll the skin clay into a drop shape and press it onto the thumb to shape the outer appearance of the thumb. Use smooth water to smooth out gaps and creases, then wipe with an alcohol swab. Finally, use a detail needle to adjust the appearance of the fingers.

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5. Trim off excess clay and connect the palm to the arm.

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6. Cut a strip of pink rectangular clay sheet around the wrist seam and cut away the excess to create a pink bracelet.

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7. Sculpt a pink bow and attach it to a pink bracelet, then add a bubble bead in the center of the bow. Use a brush dipped in red eyeshadow to highlight the person's fair and rosy skin tone on their elbow and fingers.

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Sculpting the Decorations

Lace

1. Bend the blade in a circular arc and cut a long curved strip into the thin slice of pink clay.

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2. Fold the long strip into wave pleats from inside to outside the bust.

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3. Then use the carving modeling tool to press downward at the top of the wavy crease.

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Decorate the Arms

1. Knead pink clay into a long strip, then press it lightly. Secure the arm with wire and wrap the pink strip around it.

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2. Using the tip of the detail needle, press a circle of texture slantingly at the bottom of the pink strip, and then press another circle with the round end above it. The basic shape of the sleeve is now sculpted.

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3. Cut a strip of clay on a pink sheet and wrap it around the sleeve, then use a modeling ball tool to press out a circle mark.

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Decorate the Costume

1. Apply a layer of red eyeshadow on the collarbone and chest.

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2. Cut a piece of pink rectangular film, wrap it around from the middle of the neck, secure it with a bow at the joint, and stick a bubble bead in the middle of the bow.

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3. Roll green clay into a shuttle shape, then flatten it into a leaf shape. Cut two long green strips and glue them underneath the leaf. Use a carving knife to make a vein in the middle of the leaf and glue two red bubble beads onto one end of the green twig with fast-drying glue. Finally, glue the finished cherry onto the belt.

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Sculpting the Head

Drawing the Face

1. Using a small brush dipped in reddish-brown pigment to sketch the eyes.

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2. Outline the eyebrows and double eyelids with a light reddish-brown color.

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3. Use white paint on the eye whites and use gray to draw the shadows on the eyeball.

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4. Use reddish-brown to outline the pupil and eyeball.

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5. Apply a light pink shade on the highlighted area of the eye.

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6. Apply dark red color on the inner part of the eyeball.

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7. Outline the pupils again with reddish-brown color.

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8. Use light pink color to draw highlights on the eyeball.

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9. Line her eyes and lashes with deep brown.

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10. Draw highlights on the eyeball with white.

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11. Dip a toothpick or cotton swab into red eyeshadow and apply it as lipstick.

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12. Brush the red eyeshadow with a brush dipped in a writing brush on the eyelids, forehead, cheeks, and chin.

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13. Apply a layer of sealer super gloss to the eyebrows, eyes, and lips, respectively, and the facial features will be drawn.

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Sculpting the Hair

Essentials for Sculpting Curls

1. Use a pressure plate to roll the clay into a rounded strip so that it is pointed at one end, rounded at the other, and slightly thicker at the quarter of the rounded strip.

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2. The hairpiece should be thin and thick in the center.

Flatten the long strip using a pressure plate. When pressing, press in the direction around the four sides in turns to maintain the thickness of the center of the strip and thin the edges.

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Press the edge of the pressure plate onto the hair piece to create hair-like imprints. Hold the hairpiece with one hand and twist it with the other hand.

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3. The curls of wavy hair get smaller towards the ends.

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1. Take a deep brown clay and knead it into a hemisphere shape, then stick it on the back of the head. Use your fingertips to adjust the shape of the back of the head slowly. Take a curled hairpiece and stick it from the middle of the head towards the back, then adjust the curvature of the hairpiece.

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2. Attach the hairpiece to both sides; after sticking them properly, you can continue to use your fingers to pinch the hair curls to adjust.

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3. To create a fringe, roll a shuttle shape and flatten the edges. Then, use a plastic clay sculpting tool to create hairline marks and cut out the hair pieces based on the marks. Finally, place the hair pieces on an egg-shaped assistant and bend them into an arc.

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4. Attach the bangs hairpiece properly, then attach another hairpiece in the gap between the bangs and the back of the head.

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5. Make two shorter hairpieces without making waves and stick them on both sides of the temple.

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6. Cut out a thin strip on the sheet and use your fingers to pinch and bend the strip into a curved shape.

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7. During the gap of attaching the hairpiece, stick some more hairpieces to make the hair thicker. Attach the small prepared hair strands in between the hairpieces.

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8. Make two short hairpieces without waves and stick them on both sides of the temples. Stick some small hair strands at the bangs and put a crown on the girl's head. Fix the head on the torso, and this cute and gorgeous princess is sculpted!

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Summary

Congratulations! I'm sure you've picked up several sculpting techniques through this chapter, and you'll also be more proficient at sculpting scale clay figures! In our complete guides, you can also learn more tips on sculpting clay figures out of air dry clay.

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