...Since Sliced Bread!
So, for all you people who have ever worked in three dimensions, that is, sculpture, there is a material I recently found out about, and used to great success. It is called PaperClay. It's malleable and can be used just like normal clay. However, it hardens on its own, no oven or kiln required.
Even better than that, if you want to rework it, even after it hardens, just get it wet and it becomes clay again.
Even better than that, once it is hardened, you can paint on it, like you would paint on paper, hence PaperClay!
I am currently working on a art nouveau statue in it, which works especially well with the PaperClay, because it is lightweight and thereby great at creating billowing fabric and cloth. I'll post a pic as soon as it is finished.
10/2/2012 07:49:00 pm
Great info, thank you.
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I'm Elizabeth Kidder, freelance illustrator currently located in Knoxville, TN. Please enjoy the site and Contact Me with any job inquiries or questions.