Wild Flower Art from Paper and Polymer Clay, Easy Sculpting Techniques

Stephanie Kilgast, Contemporary artist.

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8 Videos (36m)
    • Introduction

      1:21
    • Reference Pictures

      1:54
    • Materials

      3:10
    • Poppy Sculpture

      8:29
    • Cornflower Sculpture

      6:16
    • Daisy Sculpture

      7:12
    • Queen Anne's Lace Sculpture

      6:20
    • Final Words

      1:39

About This Class

A comprehensive class on how to approach flower sculptures.

I am going to show you different techniques and will be using different materials.
The idea is to guide you from an idea to a finished sculpture, so you can choose what suits you best.

Introduction
Reference Pictures
Materials
Sculpting a Poppy
Sculpting a Cornflower
Sculpting a Daisy
Sculpting a Queen Anne's Lace
Final words & Class project

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While I do recommend this class to anyone interested in this subject matter, I am personally not. Stephanie explains everything in a clear and concise manner which makes it perfect for beginners, although I don't think I will follow along at any point because it's not really what I am looking for.
Elanor Critchley

Hobbyist

While not what I was expecting or looking for, Stephanie does a great job in explaining her process for sculpting wildflowers. I was disappointed as I was expecting the tutorials to be done with polymer clay but others may find this useful.
I love Stephanie's classes because she is very clear and always gives great tips. Her videos are really great quality and very easy to follow.

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Stephanie Kilgast

Contemporary artist.

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Inspired by natural forms, Stéphanie Kilgast’s artwork is an ode to nature. She grows colorful organic sculptures on human-made objects, celebrating the beauty of nature in a dialogue with humanity, questioning the lost balance between human activities and nature.

She built her reputation and her sculpting skills around hyperrealistic miniature food sculptures. Her work ha...

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