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What kinds of interesting life forms exist beyond the stars? Use your imagination to bring extra-terrestrial visions to life!
Have you ever wondered what creatures from outer space might look like? Would they look like humans, or maybe animals? Perhaps they have many eyes or several pairs of arms. Crumple up aluminum foil into your alien’s basic shape. Cover it completely with a thin layer of Model Magic® modeling compound.
Give your alien arms by rolling out long shapes and pressing them on the body. Use your hands to roll out some fingers or use a craft stick or scissors to indent the ends of the arms into claws.
Roll out small balls of compound and stick them to your alien’s feet for toes. Add little toenails by flattening small Model Magic balls on the front of the toes.
Maybe your alien has many ears or doesn’t have any ears at all! Add them if you like. You can add a belly plate by rolling out a medium-sized Model Magic ball and flattening it onto your alien’s stomach.
For eyes, roll out small Model Magic balls and place as many of them as you like on your alien’s head. To make pupils, roll out smaller balls. Place them on the center of the eyes and flatten. For eyelids, roll out two small hot-dog shapes of Model Magic for each eye. Place one on top of the eye and one on the bottom.
Finish your alien by giving it a goofy, teethy grin. Model Magic® dries to the touch overnight and dries completely in 2 to 3 days.
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