Very soft and malleable. Does not crack, even with an armature. Sticks to itself, even after the clay has dried!
Flat brown sheets which come in 14 ply(thin) or 30 ply (thick). Great for architectural models and sculptures. Thin chipboard can be cut with scissors, thick chipboard must be cut with a utility knife.
Replicates the look of cookie dough. Very lightweight when dry. Extremely smooth.
Comes in a pastry piping bag. Extremely lightweight when dry. We don’t recommend trying to work with Cream clay with your fingers.
Curved end of the tool is able to create sharp, crisp marks in the clay that are easily smoothed out.
Protects your hand from cuts from a utility knife. Wear on your hand which is not holding the knife. Protects your hand, but only to a degree, you still need to exercise caution with knives!
Place underneath a sculpture base so the sculpture can be turned around with ease while working. Available in a range of sizes.
Comes in tons of colors. Lightweight and pliable. Great for making beads and small scale sculptures.
Available in a wide range of bright colors and has a very smooth surface. Colors can be mixed together. Best for small scale sculptures, when the size becomes large the clay does deflate slightly.
Very soft & extremely easy to cut or carve. Extremely messy, creates tons of dust when being cut. Excellent for filling in an armature to save on clay.
Air dry clay that has a texture that replicates wood. Extremely lightweight. Sticks to any surface, even 3D ones!
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