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This how-to make a minion tutorial was written for fondant but steps are exactly the same for cold porcelain. Because we don't need to use edible products when working with cold porcelain, you can substitute regular felt markers, white glue for adhesive and broom bristles instead of vermicelli.
(Note: Graphic was found on vandagoes.blogspot.com.es/ but I don't think they are author. I'd like to give author credit, so please let me know if you are author.)
Today we have another demonstration in a series of instructional videos from Marisol Romero about cold porcelain. Marisol Romero is a cold porcelain artist from Argentina, where this medium is very popular.
Many air-dry clay projects call for Styrofoam shapes as armatures for figure modeling In the following video, while at a craft show, Marisol shows us how to wrap a foam ball and model the head of a doll or figure. She also demonstrates her method for creating eyes, which are normally painted on.