i like customizing stuff but i need clay so i can branch out. what do you guys use thats easy to get? please help
i would love to see it but you said it doesnt seem to dry out do you mean it never dries and its always flexible or do you mean it dries eventually in a semi long amount of time like 5 hoursi use super and firm sculpys, bought at hobby lobby, the super sculpy i like cause it doesn't seam to dry out, easy to work with, and stretches and sculpts easily without any of that "tearing" or "breaking" that some clay does. i'm currently sculpting an about a 1/8 scale predator that i'll be threading up in a day or so, it'll definitely show you what you can do with it. it's flexibility allows for serious detailing.
i've also used both for just parts for my HT preds or additions to existing pieces, and you can bake it at a low enough temp. that it doesn't melt the plastic you may be adding to.
well thank you buddy, for the comment on my customs that isI think a small problem with super sculpey for you will be baking the plastic your adding on.Hell on earth you will have to give details on baking slowly with hot toy parts.I never knew that was possible, its good infh and love all your customs i was check out your stuff last night.You must have money to do that.Are there any predators you own that you didnt touch or did you custom them all?
For staffs or spears i think i would start with a metal rod and add sculpey around it then add details or computers ect ect...I really would love to make weapons for my predators.