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Super Sculpey Ceramic-Like Sculpturing Compound-1 lb.

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Item # 3438850
$14.99
This semi-translucent, beige-pink clay is ideal for dolls, prototypes for casting and all types of sculpture. It features excellent modeling qualities, takes tooling beautifully, and bakes to a ceramic-like finish. It can be painted with acrylic paint and water-based glazes. More
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This semi-translucent, beige-pink clay is ideal for dolls, prototypes for casting and all types of sculpture. It features excellent modeling qualities, takes tooling beautifully, and bakes to a ceramic-like finish. It can be painted with acrylic paint and water-based glazes.
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Super Sculpey Ceramic-Like Sculpturing Compound-1 lb. is rated 3.8462 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from wonderful for all sorts of projects ! I use this for creating extremely fine detail you cannot get with other materials.  If I use this to make a stamp image, I am sure This would be perfect as a base for all  sorts of elements... Yes, expensive, but worth the price. Keep it VERY WELL SEALED... difficult to soften once it gets hard, but it can be done with patience.  It can also be mixed with a little New Sculpy as well if you found yours got hard.  It is a very nice base material.  By the way, Sculpey's main company is VERY GOOD. Stand behind their products and extremely helpful.  More than accomidating.  Truly Nice to know these days.
Date published: 2013-12-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I really do like this prosuct! Yeah.. well.. i make cellphone charms and jewelery sellt them and this is a great products for beads and the charms. I even made a ring out of this and it's super strong! and as sooon as i run out i'm going back and getting more! I also recomend getting the sculpey glaze if you bye this product. It finishes it real nice!
Date published: 2007-12-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent product! There are secrets to sculpting with this product. Use small amounts to work and soften and NEVER bake following directions on the package. Bake at 225* for 20 minutes and then at 250* for 20 minutes for a smaller sculpt. Warm hands help in softening. I have always had excellent results with this clay. And these prices are the best I have found.
Date published: 2007-10-03
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Date published: 2007-09-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have been a Figurative Sculptor for over 30 years. This was my first sculpture using Super Sculpey and the product was great. I used it combining Premo Beige with a touch of red also fired it with a hint of pink pigment. I have casted in all types of material including Bronze and the finished sculpture was equal to any work I have done in the past. Feel free to contact me direct at clayman440@aol.com for any questions.
Date published: 2006-08-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mix With Regular Sculpey I mix one slab of this with one slab of regular white Sculpey and it works great. If you've ever baked the white clay, you might have noticed that it is very fragile and crumbles/breaks easily. Super Sculpey strengthens the white clay and makes it more resistant to breaking once it's been baked. I've never had any problems with mixing it in with the colored packages too, except that it slightly changes the color. By itself, Super Sculpey is very hard to "condition" and it might make the muscles in your hands ache if you are trying to knead a large chunk of it. Some artists find it easier to carve than to manipulate with fingers because too much kneading causes air bubbles that are very hard to get rid of.
Date published: 2006-03-02
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Date published: 2006-01-31
Rated 2 out of 5 by from ok if you paint it, nartual color shows cracks product regularly showed surface cracks and moonies after hardening. it required a lot of expreimenting with adding softner or other clays to reduce them and that can affect the translucent color. softener tended to make it sticky and didn't help with cracks much. painting it covers the cracks but i wanted the natural color, i didn't try sanding but would prefer a flesh colored clay that doesn't require an extra step. plus i think sanding makes it shiny which i didn't want in a skin color. painting can cover the cracks but i'd be concerned if the cracks affect durability. sculpey's hard to find, at least in my area, living doll clay may have fixed the cracking and moonie problem, but i haven't tried it.
Date published: 2006-01-24