Types of Clay, and What They're Used For
Hi Andrew, no idea if you still read these posts, but i just started out with your course. I was wondering how you heat up your chavant clay considering it is in such a huge pot. Do you just put it on the stove? Or in the oven? And how high is the heat you use? Thanks for the reply :)
Hi Andrew, Can I put the clay into microwave to heat it up ? Can you also provide some glossary in the lesson notes section for non-english speaking students ? Thanks
If you think you'll probably want to build a mold out of a water or oil based clay sculpture to cast it later, does this decision add some restrictions to the possible compositions and postures that you should be considering before you start your sculpture (like "don't sculpt a professional contortionist if you want to be able to make a mold for it")? Same question for if you are planning to hollow out and fire a water based sculpture. And on that subject, do you plan on adding a bonus video with tips and techniques for making molds and/or hollowing out sculptures on your series?
Hey there Andrew! Thank you for all the information, I had a question I was hoping to run by you. I have some older firm super sculpey that’s started to crumble, do you know of any suggestions or tips to salvage any of it?
I've bought some plastiline that has no information on whether it is with sulfur or not, but it really has no unpleasant smell to it. Does this mean, that i can expect it to be sulfur-free?
This was very informative, thanks! I've been giving some thought about using Apoxie Sculpt for some bigger projects and skip the whole molding/casting process of a larger piece. Would you say a sculpture made in Apoxie Sculpt could withstand the elements if kept outdoors (so with exposure to sun/rain/freezing temperatures)? or would this just completely damage it? - thanks
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