So, I now have about 2kg of White Das Air Drying Clay, But I am unfamiliar with it and Google was unhelpful. ITs this or paper mache for the Sculpting contest. If anyone have tips to add about using this clay I forgot to ask about I sure appreciate it.
First about the Clay;
It is gray and turns white when drying, when I tear it it got more fiber than I'm used to. But then again we used nature clay back in my school and had to bake it.
The DAS clay feels soft, and the small bunny I made two days ago is still drying. It's in a cold room. I try to dry it slowly to reduce cracks.
On the package it says one can sand it, drill it, and paint it, ETC, when the clay have dried. I guess thats a good thing. :P
I fear it will deform if I make a larger model, like a half size head. As it would probably need to be hollowed out?
If I have a base shape, From paper, Metal wire, plastic bags or a balloon, will it stick to it?
Can one add clay after its dried? For repairs or adding that little extra one forgot.