Sculpting Texture Stamps

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theBrave

New Member
I was just wondering if anyone on the Lair used texture stamps when sculpting and if they do what kinds? I know some fruits work well like oranges and avocados,thanks
 

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MasterAnubis

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My personal favorites are one I made off of a piece of vinyl and a rock from my yard. The vinyl stamp looks good for skin and to just break up an otherwise flat area. The backside of it ended up with a rough surface that was because my latex was going bad. That ened up being good for texture too.
The rock can smash things... or also make a boken up surface.

The skin is the vinyl stamp.
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xdmray

Well-Known Member
i have a bunch of stamps, but have never got to use them. my clay is too hard to use them on..... :(
 

MasterAnubis

New Member
I’ve used it on my medium sculpting clay also, that pic is Klean Klay regular. What I end up doing is heating the area up a little with a heat gun. I’ve got to be careful not to actually melt it but that depends on the area’s detail. Once it cools a little then it will be more evenly warmed and softer then it's ready to accept a stamp. I don’t use water based clay but I’d imagine hardness wouldn’t be an issue.
 
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