something i did for worth1000 multimedia contest where the theme is to create an alien creature using clay.
When you use Suclpey, is it a lot like clay wherein if you wanted to add more clay to the figure, you have to 'slip' it on so you don't get air bubbles, or can you just add the sculpey straight onto the figure? Because you are baking it in the oven rather than a extremely high temperature kiln, do you need to be concious about air bubbles? thanks!
i dont remember experiencing air bubbles and is not likely to happen. however, if it does happen, just apply sculpey like putty then use a heat gun, just be careful not to burn the sculpture maybe 2- 3 minutes is ok. Or just use sand paper or a nail file to level it depending on the surface.
I love its noodle legs.
And the speckly way it changes from dark to light.
What does it do if it gets you?
(Very well done by the way.)
u are reading my mind. Big G is coming soon... 2D & 3D.
very shiny acrylics. must be the glossy ones.