Ditto Pokemon – Polymer Clay Tutorial

Ditto Pokemon – Polymer Clay Tutorial

Hey guys and welcome to another Polymer Clay Tutorial. I’m sorry it took me so long over three weeks. I had a really bad cold, but on the plus side, I had enough time to create this Pokemon, from one pole: Ditto. When I created Ditto, something really strange happened. It kind of moved. I don’t know how to describe that, but let’s focus on the creation first. I am so proud I finally caught Ditto in Pokemon Go. But let me tell you, I am so surprised that Ditto won the pole. I mean, come on, Pikachu, Bulbasaur, Haunter! These are great Pokemons, but you chose Ditto, over all the other Pokemons. I think Ditto is one of the easiest figures you could ever imagine for a Polymer Clay tutorial. But, here we go. We need two different kinds of purple. You can also use just one colour, but I thought it would be nice if on the ground, that the colour is a bit darker. Looks like some kind of a shadow. And, of course, you need for the arms just two pieces of clay. Just attach them to the body. Almost done with this figure. We will add some eyes and of course, the mouth. So just, you can use a knife or this modelling tool and well, I guess that’s it! Now that we finished the creation of Ditto, I want to show you that Ditto is moving. Don’t miss it! Move. Move! Move! You did it before! Why aren’t you moving? Move! Ditto is ruining the whole tutorial. I don’t need that. Pikachu!

100 thoughts on “Ditto Pokemon – Polymer Clay Tutorial

  1. I thought that would be nice if you make a short movie with all of your figure

    Moreover they move

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