Sculpy help

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panik33

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hey
I've got some sculpy and I don't know how to use it can anyone tell me what to do

thanks

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hez1

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Don't forget that that weird little design on the forehead is what Steve Wang originally intended to be the targeting system...you could just put LEDs in that.
 

hez1

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You can squeeze it in your hands repeatedly to soften it. As it warms up it will soften. Try doing several small pieces rather that one larger one, and then roll them together.
 

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panik33

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You can squeeze it in your hands repeatedly to soften it. As it warms up it will soften. Try doing several small pieces rather that one larger one, and then roll them together.
Alright nice one mate I'll do it tomoz while my mr I latex is drying as I'm dooin that tomoz too
 
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