- Step 1
Gather your supplies. Make sure you have air dry porcelain.
- Step 2
Roll your porcelain out. Remember, there are a lot of coils in the snake's body, so roll out a good amount.
- Step 3
Take a toothpick and indent lines on the underside of the serpent.
- Step 4
Starting from the top, shape the head and then coil the remaining porcelain around the base. I curved the end of the tail upward as well.
- Step 5
Use your toothpick to make spots for eyes.
- Step 6
Paint the body red. I used a gloss acrylic paint, but it's not necessary.
- Step 7
You can also choose to paint additional features, like stripes, dots, etc.
- Step 8
When your serpent is done drying, spray him with the acrylic glaze. This particular type of glaze gives a glass-like appearance.
- Step 9
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