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Aluminium Armature Wire (Round) – Metre lengths
£2.40 (incl. VAT)
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Cernit Number One Clay (Opaque) 56gm Cernit Number One Clay (Opaque) 56gm
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CosClay Doll CosClay Doll
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CosClay Sculpt 453gm CosClay Sculpt 453gm
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Head Armature
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Ken’s Tools PT3 : Pore Texture #3
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Ken’s Tools ST8 : Combo
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Plastiline 50
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... a proud sister-company of leading UK materials supplier Neill’s Materials. Utilising their expansive reach and industry contacts developed through years of service, Sculpt Shop is a dedicated platform for sculptors, modelmakers and beyond.

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What is Polymer Clay?

Polymer clay is a synthetic modelling clay made from PVC, otherwise known as polyvinyl chloride. It can be re-moulded again and again until it has been baked, making it a versatile crafting medium and very popular for crafters.

Which material is right for me?

If you are a beginner getting started in sculpting, choosing the right clay is very important. Consider the pros and cons of each type to determine which one aligns best with your sculpting goals.

Air-Hardening Clay offers convenience but at the cost of less malleable working properties. It is best for simpler forms and sculptures.

Polymer Clay is often preferred by those making small sculptures who want to bake them into a finished artwork.

Water-Based Clay allows for both loose and impressionistic sculptures, as well as intricate details. It also offers the most pleasant sculpting experience due to the tactile sensation of working it with your hands.

Oil-based clay never cracks and does not need to be covered in plastic in between sessions. It is often preferred when the final sculpture will be moulded and cast into another material.