Gather your supplies. Make sure you have air dry porcelain.
Roll your porcelain out. Remember, there are a lot of coils in the snake's body, so roll out a good amount.
Take a toothpick and indent lines on the underside of the serpent.
Starting from the top, shape the head and then coil the remaining porcelain around the base. I curved the end of the tail upward as well.
Use your toothpick to make spots for eyes.
Paint the body red. I used a gloss acrylic paint, but it's not necessary.
You can also choose to paint additional features, like stripes, dots, etc.
When your serpent is done drying, spray him with the acrylic glaze. This particular type of glaze gives a glass-like appearance.
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