Plasticine Clay

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    Plasticine Clay

    Any1 in San Diego know where i can buy it and how much it is??? or just a website where i can get it from?

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    Re: Plasticine Clay

    It's available at pretty much any art store. Utrechtart.com has it available at reasonable prices as well. I sculpted my Fett helmet with the stuff so I guess I can say that I support its use.

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    Re: Plasticine Clay

    Thanks man i been looking for a site.

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    Re: Plasticine Clay

    One more thing is there another name for Plasticine Clay???

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    Re: Plasticine Clay

    Check out Free Form Clay in National City. They also sell latex at a pretty good price.

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    Re: Plasticine Clay

    Thanks, funny thing i live in National City and never heard of it lol

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    Re: Plasticine Clay

    Well that should be convenient...they are good people too.

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    Re: Plasticine Clay

    Sculpy is a brand of plas-clay. Cook it at 250 for 10-15 minutes and it is like brittle, hard plastic. It can be sanded, filed and glues well. Get it at Jo-Ann's, Michael's or most arts & crafts stores. Good luck.


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    Any1 in San Diego know where i can buy it and how much it is??? or just a website where i can get it from?

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    Re: Plasticine Clay

    I went to Jo-Ann's and i found this one, It this the right one?

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    Re: Plasticine Clay

    Man dont know why the image is not working

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    Re: Plasticine Clay


    Ok finally posted picture, is this the right one?

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    Re: Plasticine Clay

    what are you making with it? Sculpy is good for small things that need to be hard. If you are working and re-working the clay dont bother with sculpy. Use Roma plastacine or even the cheeper Jolly King brand. They come in various hardness and even a sulpher free variety which does not smell bad.

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