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Sculpey Super Sculpturing Compound 1 lb. box, Beige

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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

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  • Product Dimensions: 1.6 x 3 x 6.5 inches ; 12 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0026C1T8C
  • Item model number: SS1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (105 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #223 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing (See Top 100 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing)
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Product Description

SCULPEY-Super Sculpey Polymer Clay. America's original oven-bake clay! Sculpey is soft and pliable; works and feels like ceramic clay but will not dry out when exposed to air. The semi-transparent ceramic-like appearance of this clay; once baked makes it perfect for exposed flesh parts of home-made dolls and figurines. Shape; bake and once cool can be sanded; drilled; carved; glued; inked; painted with water based acrylics or Sculpey Brand Glaze. Color: Beige-Pink; 16oz/453g each. Conforms to ASTM D4236. Recommended for ages 8 and up. WARNING: Choking Hazard-product forms small parts. Not for children under 3 years. Made in USA.


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The clay is very easy to work with.
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I really look forward to seeing what I can do with this clay and if I like it I'll be buying more.
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It may be hard but not invincible, too much stress WILL break it.
Rachael "Shining Sakura"

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73 of 75 people found the following review helpful By Yugure on July 11, 2010
I'm an artist who commonly deals with jewelry making and costumery, but I became curious about working with clay. At suggestion of a friend who made some beautiful clay jewelry on a website for artisans, I took a look at Super Sculpey and decided that for the price Super Sculpey was worth playing around with.

I love it. The texture is so smooth and sensitive to even the slightest indentations, but I definitely wouldn't want anything softer to work with. It's easy and fun to use, and it's easy to fire since you can do it in your oven!
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75 of 80 people found the following review helpful By SoniaCat on October 9, 2011
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This product came to me in a small plain cardboard box wrapped in bubblewrap without any instructions for baking or any tips on anything at all. No Super Sculpey box, and no instructions, which really bothers me since I paid a nice chunk of money (for me anyway) for this. I'm assuming it is just a chunk cut from some sort of massive bulk block. Since I've never had Sculpey before, I can only assume it is what it is supposed to be, and that it is in fact Sculpey and not some off-brand whatever. It is a light tan color, the texture seems nice, and there are no signs of drying.

UPDATE: It has been a few months, and I have since had a chance to play with this stuff a bit more, and ponder on my purchase. I've been using it to make pendants for necklaces, and it is very nifty. It sands well after baking, is semi-flexible from what I can tell (my pendants are pretty thin), and seems to hold paints (I've just been using acrylic with a glossy topcoat) relatively well. I looked up baking directions online... and when you bake it there is a definite toxic odor smell... but turns out nice, and the home oven baking concept is really convenient. Still no sign of drying on the block, and it still kneads into a good smooth texture. ((Bake in a preheated 275° F (130° C) oven for 15 minutes per 1/4" (6 mm) of thickness.))

UPDATE 2: So, it has now been a few years (Bought in 2011, and now it is 2014). I had originally played with my Sculpey for a while and then moved on to different creative endeavors, only to discover it again last week. It was in the plastic zippered bag that I stored it in, and what remained of the block seemed pretty hard at first... but upon kneading it quickly softened. It was like new. It sculpted and baked up like it always had. I was shocked and amazed. So much so that I felt I needed to update this review. This is some cool stuff. Even if you get bored with it and only wander back to it a few years later, it will be just like new. I'm just amazed.
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By RustyMike on May 16, 2013
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Let me preface this by saying, I absolutely hate *Regular Sculpey*; it's way too soft and doughy, it sticks to wooden tools, it tends to want to spring back when nudging details, and it's rubbish for modeling detailed miniatures (even at a 10"-12" scale)...

Having said that, aside from being able to bake your sculpt in a consumer-grade oven to harden, *Super Sculpey* is nothing like Regular Sculpey. It has a medium density that can be softened a bit if you work the clay in your hands. When using tools, it feels a lot like carving a wax surface: the clay holds what you add or subtract from the forms, impressions don't "pinch" or "drag" the clay, sharp edges are easy to create without a hassle, and overall the clay feels very controllable.

It feels like a hybrid between moldable wax and plastilina. It can be firm enough to carve, but, if you need to blend new clay into a sculpt, a bit can be softened and used like an epoxy to attach the new part. This method allows a very smooth blend, secure bond, and eventually the softer bit will become more firm again. That's just a method I've found that works best for me, but it isn't necessarily the best or only way; you'll find that the clay is really very intuitive and easy to work with.

One of my favorite things about this compound is that it will always bond to itself. Even if you've baked a piece, you can add new clay to it, bake it again, and it will hold together beautifully. Knowing this, I like to build up certain underlying forms in my sculpt (like bones for example), bake at a fraction of the time to harden these forms just enough to hold their shape. On average I bake pieces like that in a preheated oven for about 5 minutes (max).
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By shawn on March 26, 2012
i started drawing as a kid and have been interested in all kinds of art. when i was in 8th grade we were given the task of sculpting, something i had never done before. i liked sculpting so much and wanted to become better, i had asked my art teach about good sculpting clay and asked if she would order a box for me and i would pay her back. when she recieved the box, she gave it to me at no cost and a few extra sculpting tools. i never really did get to say or show her what that ment to me because a short time later that year, i moved. when i moved, i packed this clay in a ziplock bag and put it in a box. ive been out of high school for a year now and i just found that same clay from the very day. i was amazed that though hard at first, would go back to its soft shapeable form when needed. im finally getting to sculpt and have no difficulties with my clay. i can finally test and experiment on this clay and im 100% sure i will never get another brand of sculpting clay for as long as i sculpt.
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