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I’m no expert but I’d gladly help you out. I say use polymer clay if you can. Or high quality air or oven dry clay if you want to paint it afterwards. Otherwise, this is the video that I used for my guide. Even though I stopped following it partway through and improvised with the sculpting tools that I have on hand and glass from a picture frame as my work surface. ^_^sweetjacky wrote: ↑Thu Oct 15, 2020 8:57 amI think it's normal that it doesn't look perfect on the first try xD But sometimes those little flaws are what makes something unique. I've actually been wanting to try making a little Bulbasaur myself as a gift so once I actually decide to do it I might ask you for help if I need to
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