Bear

1. Roll the ball-shaped head using brown clay.
2. Roll a small ball and attach it to the head press it a little. Now stick a tongue under it.
3. Now we need to do the ears. Make a small brown circle and squash it. Make a smaller orange circle. Squash it on.
4. Cut it in half.
5. Attach the halves of the circle to the head. Bend them a little. Now you have the ears.
6. Using black clay make a small nose and attach it to the head.
7. Make two small black balls and carefully attach them to the head with a stack.
8. Roll an elongated oval for the body. Also roll out orange clay and attach it to the body.
9. Now make front paws rolling sausages with rounded ends. Add orange squashed round circles to the ends.
10. Mold hind legs with feet.
11. Add flat orange circles to the feet.
12. Connect the head and the body.

Tip! You can carefully cover your figures with acrylic lacquer or nail polish and put in a cool place. So they can be stored for a long time.

13. Attach the front paws to the body.
14. Attach the hind legs like the bear is sitting.

An interesting fact!

Bears are the largest land predators on the planet. Brown bears can reach a weight of 750 kg with height up to 2.5 m and their polar fellows can weigh 800 kg.
Bears are extraordinarily intelligent animals. They have far superior navigation skills to humans; excellent memories; large brain to body ratio; and use tools in various contexts from play to hunting.
Bears grieve deeply for others. Cubs are known to moan and cry when separated from their mothers. This can go on for weeks if their mothers are killed by hunters.

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