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ARTS, CRAFTS & COOKERY » WHICH TYPE OF VAN AKEN IS THE BEST

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potatoes63 Posted: Aug 25th 2008

ive been using claytoon and it is way too soft. i need a better clay. and i cant use newplast because im in america.


bigorules Posted: Aug 26th 2008

where do you get newplast i need clay also does newplast come in the new modeling kit.


potatoes63 Posted: Aug 31st 2008

newplast is in england


jills Posted: Sep 5th 2008

I don't make tons of models, but I use plasticine and polymer clay for the few I do. It depends on what you're using it for. If you are animating them, I think regular Van Aken Modeling Clay is good. If you want models that are a little stiffer and more durable, and can also be baked to harden, then Sculpey polymer clay is very nice and also comes in loads of colours. It is more expensive than Van Aken, though, and it takes longer to "work" it, or make it warm and soft enough to sculpt in your hands, and the packs are a lot smaller. You can get both in the US.


plasjas Posted: Sep 14th 2008

go to www.truroarts.com their is newplast their




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