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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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Sculpey can be baked to harden at 1/4 inch per 20 min. at 275°F. Its not best to bake a solid sculpt of sculpey in the oven, for it will take hours and you risk cracking and maybe breaking the master from excessive heat. For original figures, I build a sketch model made of wires and aluminum foil and adjust it until it looks somewhat my vision's masterpiece. Then layer 1/8" thick of Sculpey in small sheets (used a roller and a knife) and mold out the shapes and add more 1/8" sheets for intended detailling. Its like building an aluminum skeleton and sculpey is the flesh that covers it. Then 20 minutes in a convectional oven and BAM! My master is ready.
Some might say that Super Sculpey is brittle and stale when they first buy it and crumbles in their hands. Well, I'm here to tell you that THAT'S normal and Sculpey lasts a lifetime. Its like a Bazooka Joe bubble gum that comes brittle but after you chew it, it becomes soft. Same here but you have to beat it with a mallet, activating the chemicals and then the pieces will get soft and united again. It will stay soft too until you bake it.
I give this 5 stars. Here is a pictured demostration of crumbly Sculpey turning into soft polymer clay after a good bludgeoning.
I also live in Michigan and right now it's cold―really cold―so this clay does harden again if not used right away, so what i do is to always keep some in my hand to keep it warm while i'm working with another piece on my project or detailing my work so i have some quick go to clay while the idea of what i want to do with it is still fresh.
I've not baked it to see how it finishes, but intend to keep it as is for making temporary molds for wax and cold liquid metals. In this regard it does not preform well. Being quite soft, the material wants to fold in on itself and collapse on even the smallest project. Structured supports are required.
But for art projects that kids and adults both enjoy, this stuff is tops.
One star off because I've not baked it, and because it doesn't work well for what I need. But that's my fault, not the compound.