Sculpy question

Discussion in 'Replica Props' started by DARTH SABER, Dec 2, 2011.

  1. DARTH SABER

    DARTH SABER Master Member

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    So, recently I've been using a different technique for cooking Sculpy. Boiling it in a bowl of water in the microwave. The technique seems to work great so far. No scorching or splitting.

    Now I have a different project which required me to use aluminum foil armature inside the Sculpy. Does anyone know if the foil inside the Sculpy will cause microwave problems while boiling?
     
  2. groone

    groone Well-Known Member

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    metal is metal in a microwave no matter where it is located. :)
     
  3. PotionMistress

    PotionMistress Sr Member

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    If you are going to use the boiling method, it should be just as easy to boil on top of the stove.
     
  4. zorg

    zorg Master Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    problem solved i would say.

    -z
     
  5. Wes R

    Wes R Legendary Member

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    I boil it on the stove or if it's small stuff i just use my electric kettle to heat it to boiling and pour over the item and put a lid on it. It might take a while but it's easier for one or two tiny parts.
     
  6. DARTH SABER

    DARTH SABER Master Member

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    Yeah, forgot to mention my stove is kind of wonky.
    I guess I could bite the bullet and give it a go.

    I need to get a new * stove.

    Thanks guys.
     

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