Goddess  CastingTutorial

Goddess mold tutorial (Polymer Clay)
Goddess mold tutorial (Polymer Clay)

This tutorial for the Goddess Mold will take you through the steps of the best way to cast this particular type of mold in Polymer Clay.

Goddess Tutorial (1a)
Goddess Tutorial (1a)

Work your clay until it is soft then take a piece and mold into a long strip with one end bigger.

Goddess Tutorial (2)
Goddess Tutorial (2)

Follow the photo and place the larger end into the boob area.

Goddess Tutorial (3)
Goddess Tutorial (3)

Wrap this piece around in the arm section.

Goddess Tutorial (4)
Goddess Tutorial (4)

Use your clay tool to press this down well.

Goddess Tutorial (5)
Goddess Tutorial (5)

Do this same on the other side.

Goddess Tutorial (6)
Goddess Tutorial (6)

Shape a round flat piece of clay.

Goddess Tutorial (7)
Goddess Tutorial (7)

Press this piece in the head area.

Goddess Tutorial (8)
Goddess Tutorial (8)
Goddess Tutorial (9)
Goddess Tutorial (9)

Take your clay tool and press the clay down well.

Goddess Tutorial (10)
Goddess Tutorial (10)

Finish off by pressing with your finger to flatten it out.

Goddess Tutorial (11)
Goddess Tutorial (11)

Take a larger piece and press this into the body area.

Goddess Tutorial (12)
Goddess Tutorial (12)

Slice of any pieces that come above the mold.

Goddess Tutorial (13)
Goddess Tutorial (13)
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Goddess Tutorial (15)

Ease your clay out of the mold.

Goddess Tutorial (16)
Goddess Tutorial (16)

Trim any bits that are pocking out around the edge. Now your clay Goddess is ready to put in the oven. Follow the instructions on your clay packet.

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Goddess Tutorial (17)

The largest Goddesses were given a wash of acrylic paint. The other two were painted with metallic paint.

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The Flexible silicone craft mold used in this tutorial is available for purchase on our online mold shop