If you loved our previous post on sand sculptures then you’ll love this second installment we’ve put together! A lot of hard work goes into creating these amazing sculptures and you need a lot of patience to be good at doing them. Some of the larger sculptures can take a very long time.
You’re looking at around 1-2 months for something that has a span of 5-10 meters! Water is an important factor when it comes to sculpting. It helps the sand to stick together and allows it to set hard as it dries out. Without it, your sculpture could collapse at any point so you must ensure you have used enough to prevent this from happening.
You must also be very creative when it actually comes down to carving your piece. Most professionals will use cooking and dental utensils for the intricate details. So, do you think you’ve got what it takes?
E.T. The Extra -Terrestrial
Dobby the Elf – Harry Potter
Jack Sparrow & Davy Jones – Pirates of the Caribbean
Where the Wild Things Are
Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory
Yoda – Star Wars
Poseidon – God of the Sea
Super Mario Bros
If you like these sand sculptures then check out our first post here:
These Sand Sculptures Are Mind-Blowing – Part 1