Kirby Series: GORDO Polymer Clay Tutorial

Kirby Series: GORDO Polymer Clay Tutorial


Hey guys, it’s Kaizahr This tutorial will show you how to make a Gordo from the Kirby series! All materials required for this project are listed in the description box below. Ok! So the first thing you’ll need is a ball of clay. Then you’re going to gently press down on it. Take another small piece of clay and shape it into a cone. You’re going to need 4 small cones in total. Attach them to the big circle of clay. Make sure each cone has a partner on the opposite side. Take an eye pin and insert it into one of the cones. So now we’re going to make the Gordo’s bigger spikes. and you’re going to need 4 more cones, but you want these cones to be taller and thinner. So once you have your 4 cones you’re going to insert a piece of wire into each of them… and place the large cones between the small cones. So if you didn’t know, I’m going to be doing a Q&A video soon so now is your chance to ask me anything you want! Just leave any questions you have in the comments below. Once you’re finished, go ahead and bake your piece. and make sure to follow the directions on your clay package. We’re going to add some color to Gordo so start off by painting the ball in the center black. Paint the spikes using a metallic gold. I actually didn’t have any metallic gold so I mixed some metallic silver and yellow, which worked out fine. Once you’re done with the spikes paint two big white circles in the center of the black ball. Let the white paint dry then add two small black circles on top of the white ones. Finally, add two tiny white dots on top of the black ones. Once the paint is dry add a little glaze and you’re finished! If you enjoyed this video, don’t forget to subscribe! You can also let me know in the comments below what other characters you want to see. As always, thanks for watching and I’ll see you next time.

11 thoughts on “Kirby Series: GORDO Polymer Clay Tutorial

  1. I'd like to see you make Hatty Hattington from Battleblock Theater! :3

    And for the Q&A:
    As I'm into art myself I know that it's sometimes hard to imagine the long process it takes to make things when you only see the finished project. How long does it take you on average to build a clayfigure? 🙂

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