One of my students has cracked the bicep of a dragon she's making in Super Sculpey. It's a clean break, cutting through the entire arm. While the armature maintains the overall integrity of the limb, the break is sure to worsen over time, right?
I've seen this kind of break many times before, and they're a pain to repair without first doing further damage to the sculpt.
I was thinking that if only I could inject some Super Glue or epoxy directly into the break with a fine syringe, that would make the repair pretty sweet.
I know diabetics use very fine syringes for their shots to the stomach area. Has anyone tried that? Can they move Super Glue or liquid epoxies well enough? Or would I need something heavier?
P.S. Show this WIP to the next clown who tells you public education doesn't work. The artist is eleven years old.