Translucent, yellow and brown clays are needed to make the banana. For the covering mix the translucent and yellow clays. Another translucent mixed with a little yellow is needed for the flesh of the banana. The seeds are made with the brown mixed with translucent rolled out very thin. The rolled light yellow clay needs to be twisted into the shape of a triangle vertical. Take a translucent rolled flat and place the yellow clay and cut little clay and roll it together into a very thin roll. The three seed clay rolls need to placed on the three sides of the triangle prepared. Take the center piece on to the previous translucent clay and roll it and rip off the rest of the clay. Make it smaller by rolling it fine. The darker yellow clay is taken along with the two very thin brown pieces stuck to it needs to be put together. The translucent clay is now put with the prepared dark yellow clay with the seed clay and rolled just enough to cover the yellow clay and then get it together. Roll this into a very thin length so that three pieces can be made out of it. The center piece is now stuck up with the three cut pieces of the thin mixed piece along with the skin clay that we prepared before. Now the entire mixture is rolled up with the light yellow clay that prepared and then layered with dark yellow clay. The Banana is now made by properly shaping the clay and finishing touches are added. Lines can be added by markers to add proper looks.
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