How to Create a Designer Toy - Part 2 of 2

Sandra Bowers, Illustrator+ Surface Pattern Designer

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5 Videos (23m)
    • Introduction

      0:22
    • Supplies and Class Project

      2:37
    • The Mold

      10:29
    • Casting Resin

      5:40
    • Finishing Touches

      3:22

About This Class

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Hello! In this class I will show you the whole process of creating the mold for your designer toy sculpture and how to cast your toys using resin.  If you don´t know how to create the original designer toy, take Part 1 - How to create a designer toy first. There you will also learn how to paint your resin reproductions.  So join me, and let´s start making molds and casting them!

If you want to see some of the toys I´ve created (and even buy one) you can follow me on Instagram @sandrabowersart or visit my website www.sandrabowersart.com

16 of 16 students recommendSee All

Very easy to follow lesson, the perfect companion to the first part. If you were planning on selling little toys this would be a must have step for anyone needing to replicate them exactly!
Elanor Critchley

Hobbyist

another great class! and it'll make my job of replicating christmas gifts a lot easier when I have a mold for it!! thanks so much for this and for making it so easy to follow and understand!
Hopping Mad V

illustrator addicted to bunnies!

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Sandra Bowers

Illustrator+ Surface Pattern Designer

I'm Sandra Bowers, I'm a Freelance Illustrator, Surface Pattern Designer and Character Sculptor based in BC, Canada. I'm originally from the beautiful Medellin, Colombia, where it's springtime all year round!

I have very big eyes and I love animals, specially dogs. Most of my inspiration comes from nature and animals.

I love mixing traditional and digital media to create detailed, stylized, playful illustrations and patterns for fabrics, stationary and home decor. I also create ...

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