Hey guys and welcome to another Polymer Clay tutorial! Today we are going to create Snoke from the latest Star Wars movie, The Last Jedi. And I prepared a great giveaway for you a clay modeling starter set! Let me first answer your question. What do you have to do to get the clay modeling starter set? I know that some of you got some really bad Christmas presents and you didn’t get the polymer clay you wanted to get for Christmas. So please let us know why you should get the clay modelling starter set. Write down your worst present and the one which gets the most thumbs up will get the set. So, here we go! Let’s create our Snoke! I’m just mixing the skin color which was pretty difficult. It should look like flesh, but not too much live as Snoke really seems to be dead. You don’t have to be worried that I would spoiler or give some hints or talk about some theories about Snoke. There are enough videos about that. This is a spoiler free tutorial, as I have not seen that movie yet. Yeah, I know. Some of you already had the time to go into the movie during the Christmas holidays. I didn’t have the time. I will definitely see this movie, as well, as I am a big Star Wars fan since I was a little boy, even before Star Wars episode one. Yep. So Snoke seems to be important. I don’t know that for sure. Let’s just focus on creating this monstrous body. Yeah, he looks a bit scary. I’m sure that some of you won’t really like this tutorial, but he is one of the most unique Star Wars characters from the new movie. And you decided, actually, you decided in the poll that I should create something from Star Wars. And I got so many requests to create Snoke, so here we go! If you like this character and also want to see other Star Wars characters, please let me know in the comments. I would be pretty happy to create more Star Wars characters. So now let’s focus on the lips, you’ve seen that I mixed a slightly different colour for his big kissy lips. And just adding some details. Yeah, he really looks horrible. but in a way he also looks fascinating. This broken face. I think he lost some of the bones inside his skin, but I’m not sure about that, as I haven’t seen the movie. Now let’s create the nose! You know that normally I’m pretty scared about creating human faces, but this one was so screwed, I didn’t have any fear at all to screw up as this face already was so screwed up in the original version. He has blue eyes. Look at that. This cruel monster does have some pretty blue eyes. Here we go for the black iris and now let’s focus on the eyelids. Here we go, also the other eye. which is a bit crooked, I guess. Maybe he was hit too much. Now this big scar right onto his head, on his head. And now we will create the ears as well with a tiny color gradient. And the right ear also looks like as if it was injured long time ago, so you don’t have to be that detailed about it and be afraid that it doesn’t look real Now that we also have created the other ear as well, just attaching it to the head, we are ready to go into the oven! Freshly baked Snoke! Let’s add some transparent polish to the eyes and maybe even to some of the wounds. Just a tiny reminder how you get the clay modeling starter set. Just let us know why you should get this set and post your worst Christmas present ever. And the comment which gets the most thumbs up will receive the set. Just adding some more watercolor, to make Snoke look pretty old, and I guess finally… that’s it! Snoke! Guys I hope you enjoyed this tutorial of Snoke from the latest Star Wars movie. If you want to see another movie based character I created this is Spider-Man! From not only Spider-Man: Homecoming, but from all Spider-Man movies. I guess that’s it for today. Thanks for watching! Have a great start into the New Year 2018, yeah 18 and hope to see you next week on Friday. Take care. Bye! So, you’re the one who sucked right? Spider-Man’s revenge!