Research the native Inuit people of Canada then create your own sculpture of a natural figure, using Crayola® Model Magic to simulate stone or bone.
Locate the Inuit native lands in Canada's Nunavut province. Research information about the Inuit tradition of carving. What materials do the Inuit use in their sculpture? What tools are traditional? Look at examples of Inuit carvings or pictures of them.
Choose a natural figure from the far northern hemisphere such as a person, turtle, seal, fish, whale, owl, bear, or bird to sculpt in the Inuit style with Crayola Model Magic.
To create the effect of a gray rock such as soapstone, knead color from gray or black Crayola Washable Markers into white modeling material. For bone, antler, or animal teeth colors, add a little yellow or brown marker. For a marbled effect, partially knead color into the Model Magic.
Use your fingers and/or craft sticks to shape your carving. Include as many details as possible, such as facial features, feathers, beaks, or claws. Dry.
If you wish to add more stony or bony color to the surface of your sculpture, cover your work area with newspaper. Soak the bristles of a Crayola Paint Brush in Crayola Washable Paint. Lightly spatter your carving by gently tapping the brush on your finge
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