There’s just not much I can think of that can really make this look unique, so lets make our own.
The main goal of this project was to get the turtle to look like a turtle, so we decided to make a 3-D object.
First step is cutting out the turtle shell and filling in the hollow spaces with sand.
A few sand dabs on the base and sanded, then a few more on the head. Then some on the tail so that it looks like it has been pulled out of the bottom of the shell.
We’ll need to create a second shell as well as the head and tail.
First we need to cut out the turtle shell. This will be the actual “head”, which will be used later to make a face!
Cut out the shell, then fill in the blank space left behind with wood filler sand.
Make all the sand dabs on the head so they will match the sand dabs in the shell. I’m going to make sure that the sand dabs are in very small groups, as they all work in the same direction. The sand dabs will create a smooth outline of the turtle with no dents or breaks, but should look like it was pulled from the shell!
With all the sand dabs on, we’ll start filling the shell with sand to make it look more turtleish.
Add in a few more sand dabs in the same pattern just to give a little more depth to the “shell”, as it was quite shallow with the sand dabs.
Now fill the shell with sand and then cut it out. This step is going to take some patience on your part, as you have a lot of sand on your hands to fill.
Next up is the tail! This will be used in a few ways:
Making the shell look “snackable”: The shell will be the shell for the meat, and will serve as the main part to eat with a little snack if you’re hungry.
A bit more texture: If you’re a fan of the texture look of the meat, then this shell can help you achieve that look.
Putting in the tail: If you want to put a little bit more texture to the meat, then make a more solid and noticeable part of the shell. Using this shell to hold the meat in place while you’re eating your snack, and then breaking it up afterwards for a bit more texture.
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