Thats awesome! Yes the piece has to be baked but I'm interested in that magic sculpt for sure, I'll have to check it out.So I suppose this needs to be baked before it's a solid piece?
I've been experimenting with magic sculpt lately which cures
within 2 hours but then can be worked upon as if a sculpture
with sandpaper, files etcetera and if you have to you can add
more magic sculpt onto the existing cured or even toy figure:
ill definitely give it a look and see if it's something that I can use effectivelyThe only downside of working with Magic Sculpt or something similar from Aves Epoxy Sculpt with 2 components being mixed together is ... the curing starts the moment you mix it, so you'll always have to make a small batch to start with ... work with it until it's fully cured after 2 hours ... sometimes I found that after an hour it really sculpts like Sculpey clay . . . so that's when you have to work fast to get the best result . . . after that it's only damage control ... but like I mentioned you can always file and sand or even cut off and start with a fresh new small batch and add onto the previous bit you've sculpted already ... so in all it's a different approach than when sculpting with clay. Check youtube for tutorials with Magic Sculpt or Aves Epoxy Sculpt