Lol, is that in a bird-bath? Birds would be crapping themselves when they see this fella gaping at them. Truely a creepy beast. It looks very realistic, like some strange amazonian fish science has yet to discover.
air drying clay? the only air drying clay I've ever used would dissolve in water though I do use a two part epoxy clay that'll cure in water if I thought to do so, I've only done so once, just to see mind you. just curious if maybe there's a clay out there that I have yet to come across, it might be nice if there's a clay that doesn't need firing, that I didn't need to mix before using, and that maybe isn't so expensive.
Hey Travis. Thanx for adding me on ur friends list. The air drying clay that i used, is called DAS, its made in Italy. No mixture or curing needed for this, just sculpt and wait for 12 - 15 hours then it willl dry up, and harden almost like stone. it doesnt crack which is really good and they Dont get powdery. The catch is, you dont have enough sculpting time. when it hardens theres no going back.
Im switching to polymer clay now, but will still use DAS for maybe BG elements or landscapes.
750g of DAS would cost half the price of 1 lb Super Sculpey.
by the way, your dragons or superb. i like the border guard and the girl w/ the dragon.