‘ Nezha’ Making Process Clay Sculpture


The journey of creating a series of characters based on legendary fictional figures in Chinese mythology continues…

This sculpture is based off of the 2019 animated film Nezha. However, I wanted to give him a more calm and gentle vibe to contrast with his personality in the film haha. If you haven’t watched it yet and you are interested in the story of Nezha, I highly recommend this film. It’s available on Netflix! The director, Yang Yu, is a self-taught animator. He spent 6 years working on this movie and struggled with funding. So much respect for him! This movie deserves more recognition.


Artwork Info:
Size: Approx. 7.5″L x 7″W x 18″H
Medium: Epoxy clay.
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▶︎ FAQ

What type of clay do you use?
– Epoxy clay (Apoxie Sculpt, white).

What do you use to smooth out the clay?
– Water.

What paint do you use?
– Golden Acrylics.

What airbrush do you use?
– Iwata Neo CN Gravity-Feed Airbrush.

Gold paint you used in the video?
– Golden Fluid Acrylics in iridescent gold deep.

What did you use to seal your sculptures?
– Golden Matte Varnish Spray. UV resin for the eyes.






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