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    Hi again everyone, Ive come to a little bit of a problem, I want to die a life size sculpture, but im not sure what material to use, sculpey would be too expensive to use on that scale, and I cant think of anything else I could use large scale that would get the same detail as sculpey or similar...?

    Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated


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    You might want to look into WED clay. It's a water based clay developed by Disney. It'll dry out on you if you don't work fast, or keep it moist and sealed, but it dries a little slower than regular water based clay.

    It's fairly cheap too. 10 pounds for around $15 US or so. Holds a fair amount of detail. I think some of the sticky's on this site were done using this clay.

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