Terracotta Plasticine Escultor
Can I dry the soil? 3
I wondered if I could fix the modeling clay, but I cooked a small piece and it melted. Thanks and please help !!!!! :)
I am agree. Wax-based modeling clays (modeling clays such as plasticine, clay tones, and various other cheap or expensive knots) are not actually hard. So wax is added and the clay melts only when exposed to heat.
The only soil that is hard is water based (air dry soil).
Polymer pastes are oil-based (but not wax-based) and harden when exposed to heat, but never dry because they do not contain water.
Here are some tips I give to SIM staff to help maintain and understand what was considered:
... With earthenware, you can just take beautiful pictures to keep what you have (and then put them in frames, all or one line, etc.).
Or you can put it under a glass dome or on a shelf that doesn't get dirty easily (a little hard over time, but never hard).
Or you may use your modeling clay object to form a shape and then insert another modeling clay or other material (which can be hardened) into that shape.
In my answers to the above questions, there is a lot of information about different types of soil, if you are interested:
Today there are basically 3 types of soil. Plasticine is a silty clay that contains oil for wetting, and although the soft colored block has been around for some time, the stop motion makes it easier to get the color. Look at Stop Motion Sound and you will get a refund. Polyclay is available in many colors. It is a PVC plastic that contains solvent to soften it. It can be cooked hot in a medium oven, but it loses solvent and dries. The clay is removed from the soil, cleaned of mud, etc., moistened with water and used to click on the sculpture. Not available in many colors, stays soft for longer when covered and moist. It is hard in air but hard and weak at high temperatures (ut 2000F). It is usually stained with enamel which melts above 1500F. The guild is very strong.
Modeling is designed to prevent soil from drying out. If you have already made a model of plasticine that you want to keep, I suggest you make a template out of it and put it in hard material.
Cover the plasticine with varnish or glue. Modeling clay will never dry, but the surrounding paint will dry.