Rowlet, Litten & Popplio (Pokemon Ultra Sun & Moon) – Polymer Clay Tutorial

Rowlet, Litten & Popplio (Pokemon Ultra Sun & Moon) – Polymer Clay Tutorial


Hey guys and welcome to another Polymer Clay tutorial. Today we are going to create three starter Pokemons. Hope You Enjoy which are Rowlet, Litten and Popplio from the latest Pokemon games Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon. First of all my apologies, I know that some of you have been waiting for a very long time for the next Pokemon tutorial. So here we go three Pokemons in one tutorial. All the starter Pokemon from Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon and I think even just Moon and Sun. Well, I haven’t played these games I have to admit that. The last Pokemon game, which I played Well there are three phases in my life. The first one was years ago when I used to play Pokemon Blue on my Game Boy pocket. And this was my very first experience with the whole universe of Pokemon and I just loved to play it and that it was possible to trade Pokemons with your friends. There was this cable you had to use and it was just a great experience for the Game Boy. So this was the first phase for me. The second one was just last year with the hype of Pokemon Go I played it a lot and this was the reason why I started to create Pokemon on my channel. I think you know that. And the third phase for me my personal Pokemon life I think this phase will be in the future. Because well last week I bought a Nintendo Switch and I am so curious, and I’m so looking forward to the new Pokemon Game, which probably will come out this year. There are some rumors, but I’m not sure about that and if you ask me what it should be like to play well, I just love Zelda. Currently I am playing this a lot. I think it’s my favorite Nintendo Switch game and I really hope that the next generation Pokemon game on the Switch will be quite similar to Zelda, so that you have an open world you go hunting looking for new Pokemon and that the storyline isn’t that linear so that you can choose between different options in the game. I’m just looking forward to that day when it comes out for the Nintendo Switch and I will definitely create a lot more Pokemon on my channel in the future. Well, I guess that’s it for Rowlet and let’s go to the next starter Pokemon, which would be Popplio I’m currently creating. This was the easiest one to create. Well even Rowlet doesn’t look that difficult, but it took me three attempts until I found a great way with the scissors to cut feather pattern, but Popplio was very easy to create, so if you’re new to the world of clay creations I would highly recommend to create Popplio. As you just need I think four colours it’s brighter blue which I just mixed, white and we will later need some black for the eyes and well if you want to create him with a mouth wide open, you probably need some red as well. I mentioned it a minute ago. I have recently bought a Nintendo Switch, and I love to play Zelda a lot, so I think in the future there will also be some creations from Zelda and the reason why I bought this Switch was just because I think that when I play the games the characters I create from on my channel that it gives a lot more quality to the videos I’m creating for you. Otherwise I’m making up these stories. You know that from my Overwatch tutorials and I think it’s greater and even nicer for you. Well for this Popplio he is finished as well. Now we are creating Litten. Yeah, I think it’s great for you as well if I know who I am creating and what is his function in the game, so this is the reason why I bought this Switch. And I’m playing Zelda, I love it, so there will be tutorial definitely be a tutorial about Zelda. Probably Link may be cooking, because I think it’s just so funny when he is standing in front of the fire and waiting for the food to be finished. This was a bit tricky. I’m jumping from topic to topic. I’m jumping back to the creation of Litten. It was difficult to create these legs. if I had to recreate this one, this Litten, I would probably use some aluminum wire, to make more stable legs. Yeah, this is the head. It looks difficult, but it’s not that difficult to create. So just place this thin layer of red clay onto the head and for the eyes This is just the half moon of yellow clay. Also make sure that you take very thin layer of yellow clay and for the iris, the iris is black and red. So here we go now for the nose. Just this tiny black ball and there’s this pattern on the head, on the forhead and all is what is missing are these hairs on the side of the fur. His Litten fur or his mouth. Yeah, so let’s create the ears, as well The tail is missing as well, so we will create that in a minute. The mouth is nice. I think this way. Now the tail for Litten which is also pretty easy to create and we put everything right onto the plate and we are ready to go into the oven. Freshly baked Starter Pokemon! Rowlet, Litten and Popplio! And I’m using my transparent polish for all of the eyes and mouth and also the claws of Rowlet. The eyes of Litten, of course and the nose, the cute tiny nose. And also the eyes of Popplio and the mouth as well and now we will glue and assemble them, as well with my super glue. Yeah, my voice is a bit broken. I really hope that I don’t get sick again. I hope my voice is not that annoying. And we are gluing this one onto the torso as well and I guess finally that’s it! Guys, I hope you enjoyed three Pokemons in one tutorial. As you know I created many Pokemons in the past, so check out these videos as well. I guess that’s it for today. Thanks for watching. Have a great weekend. See you. Bye!

100 thoughts on “Rowlet, Litten & Popplio (Pokemon Ultra Sun & Moon) – Polymer Clay Tutorial”

  1. Pls pls pls make the evolutions of these Pokemon! Dartrix, Torracat, and Brionne!!!!!!!!! Like if you agree! I just subscribed yesterday by the way so voting on your next video is kind of cool to me!!

  2. I got some cool Rainbow clay from my sister at the hospital and I want to see if the clay was air dry and it’s not so I figured that you might have some idea? PS my sister is okay 👌

  3. I have been watching your videos for a while now and I stumbled across this one. Have you ever tried using a pottery wheel for round objects made out of clay?

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