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    sargent art sculpt it!

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    i found some of this stuff laying around my place, and i was wondering if it actually could be used for sculpting minis. If not, how is it different than green stuff?


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    I'm not sure what this stuff is but I think you should beware where it says 'dries to an almost ceramic hard surface'. For starters what is 'almost'. That could mean not really but it's a bit harder than wet mud. Second it says ceramic hard, does this mean before or after firing. All ceramics must be fired (blasted with several thousand degrees in a giant oven overnight) to achieve that tough effect.

    Before they are fired they are just dry clay and clay is mud. Dry mud or clay comes apart like it is made of dust sometimes. Most so-called modelling clays are just common clay. I remember getting some nice cheap modelling clay and found out it way just that, clay and useless to me. I think you should be wary of this until you know it's going to do something like what you want it to.

    Inquire more about this stuff before you buy, it could be very good or just coloured muck.
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