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Stu Montgomery
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Anyone considering Odd Ball style props, might like to consider using Magic Sculpt (also Magic Sculp minus the 't'). An excellent self hardening, two part, Epoxy Clay, used in fine art sculpting. Lots of advice & 'How Too' information on the net. http://www.magic-sculpt.com/
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This is fun stuff to work with, but it burns real easy, and fast at low temps.
Stu Montgomery
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Magic Sculpt is a two part Epoxy, self hardening & shouldn't be oven hardened. However, the Polymer Clays do require oven hardening & can burn very easily. Two-part epoxies are becoming ever more popular for their ease of use, & no oven required hardening (a bonus being no smell either).
"Round about what is, lies a whole mysterious world of might be" Longfellow.
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