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Stefan's sculpting medium/material? 1 Year, 1 Month ago  
I was curious what medium Stefan uses to sculpt in. It doest look like green stuff. Does anybody know what he is using in the videos?
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#53657
Re:Stefan's sculpting medium/material? 1 Year, 1 Month ago  
thats funny i was JUST thinking that earlier today. Im not exactly sure but if i had to guess id say some kind of professional air dry clay since he does do other sculptures as well as DF. But there again thats just my 2 cents and am probably dead wrong lol.
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#53664
Re:Stefan's sculpting medium/material? 1 Year, 1 Month ago  
The only hint I ever saw of what Stefan is actually using to make his original sculpts is from this thread.

For miniatures I use a non hardening wax like plastiline....I only use water based clay for larger artistic projects...

I guess Stefan is not too keen at revealing his trade secrets and I can understand that. I would certainly like to learn what he uses too and possibly learn how to become a better sculptor!
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#53665
Re:Stefan's sculpting medium/material? 1 Year, 1 Month ago  
i agree with you biowizard ive been working with sculpey mainly and i want to do miniatures but what i REALLY want to do next is something inspired by the hellscape gate. I want to make an elaborate castle entrance with a portcullis and drawbridge mechanism ive got some tools on the way if i ever get anything decent ill post it.
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#53676
Re:Stefan's sculpting medium/material? 1 Year, 1 Month ago  
it's no secret:) I use wax (from the UK)....but it doesn't dry, so it's probably not ideal for most folks here who want to do things that dry...for that i would use sculpey or any number of air drying clays available at your local art store...in NYC we have really great art stores that carry all kinds of things...
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#53754
Re:Stefan's sculpting medium/material? 1 Year, 1 Month ago  
Stefan wrote:
it's no secret:) I use wax (from the UK)....but it doesn't dry, so it's probably not ideal for most folks here who want to do things that dry...for that i would use sculpey or any number of air drying clays available at your local art store...in NYC we have really great art stores that carry all kinds of things...


Is that a pure wax (like a microcrystalline wax), or a wax based clay? I'm guessing the latter, but I know some people do sculpt in wax alone.
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