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A LOOONG Ice Cream Tutorial by Zhoira A LOOONG Ice Cream Tutorial by Zhoira

I know, I rambled on too much D;
And sorry for my bad handwriting.

So, I decided to make a tutorial for ice cream.. some people asked me how I made the cone in my ice cream charm picture, others for the texture of the ice cream, so here it is! My first tutorial!! Hope you find it helpful :)

I'm not claiming any of the techniques used here to be my own.. most of it came out of practising and perfecting, and also reading other crafters' tutorials. Well, ok, except for the pencil part.. I'm quite sure no one else would do something so weird. =.=

Please feel free to ask me any questions regarding things I didn't explain properly, I'll be glad to help. Oh, and spelling mistakes too, if you find one. :XD:

Edit: A few people have asked me this, so I'll write it here:

"Why no acrylics?": Acrylics are water based, so when you bake it the water will evaporate and cause bubbles in your work that will probably show up on the surface, or cause minor cracks in it and making it less durable.. or so I've heard. Lots of tutorials I've read has told me this, however I've never tried it myself, so I'm not totally sure :XD:
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Suggesters Words: Have you ever wanted a ice-cream that would never melt and that would look good as the day you got it, no matter what? Well with A LOOONG Ice Cream Tutorial by *Zhoira you can! They guide you step by step on how to make and own your very own delicious looking ice-cream charm. So go make one now, but just don't eat it, not matter how lickable it is! ( Suggested by Romaji and Featured by shelldevil )
heuif Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2014
Hello there! A very good day to you. I found you from deviant art and think it will be interesting to ask if you would like to share your tutorial on our blog? It's a sharing blog for clay art in Malaysia targeting audience specifically for clay, clay artists, and even event organisers who are looking for talents. Posting quality tutorials on our blog will immensely increase your exposure as a clay artist and it'll be a good portfolio for yourself too. All credits will goes to you and at the bottom of the post, I'll put link to your email, blog, facebook, websites, etc. 

Please let me know should you be interested. Hope to hear from you soon.

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Zhoira Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2014   Artisan Crafter
Hey there, sorry for the late reply - I dont really use deviantart as much nowadays. I would be delighted for you to share it, thank you!
StarBoom035 Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2013  Student Digital Artist
AliceWHatter Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2013
Thank you so much! I've been searching for a tutorial to make waffle cones and this is so perfect! :D
Nibi-Nekomata Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2013
That's ingenious, I never would have thought of freezing and flexing the clay to get the texture.
Saisoto Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This is a pretty nice tutorial, thank you so much! :D
noremy Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2012  Professional Interface Designer
The liquid clay of sculpey is used, to have that effect?
Misstymountains Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
No I think it's fimo deco gel, which is more liquid and more clear
TheJelloPanda Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
Arahiriel Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2012  Professional General Artist
Cool tutorial!!!! Thank you!
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