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    Question Sculpting materials?

    We are about to work a bit with sculpting in my class. I am toatlly green on sculpting, so I thought asking here would be a good start.
    What diffrent materials are available? What materials are good for what type of sculpting (if there is any diffrence?)
    Thank you for your time

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    Wow, that is kinda like asking what types of materials could be used for painting.
    It depends on what you are going to be doing.
    There are
    Modelling Clays of varying hardness (Chavant)
    Oil based
    Water based
    Epoxy Clays of varying color, hardness and curing properties
    2 part clays that dry in about an hour (Aves, Magic Sculpt, Greenstuff)
    Bakeable clays (Super Sculpey, FIMO)
    Paper Clays good for rough shapes
    Waxes of varying hardness

    So, what are you wanting to do
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