#1
can plasterscene be hardened like clay. and if so how.

i need to know couse i started this model with plastercene
and need to know if i should take it therver.
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#2
Definitely take it therver
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#3
You put it in the microwave or in an oven don't you?

I think so, or may be another thing
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Definitely take it therver


do you know how to spell it? i even tried google to get a correct spelling.
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#5
It's called plasticine, and you want to take it FURTHER. With an F.

The whole point of it as a modelling material is that it does not dry out. It's not like clay; it cannot be fired. You could use Milliput for modelling in the future, but it's not cheap.
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It's called plasticine, and you want to take it FURTHER. With an F.

The whole point of it as a modelling material is that it does not dry out. It's not like clay; it cannot be fired. You could use Milliput for modelling in the future, but it's not cheap.


milliput drys to quik and i thought some chemical process or extream heat like an oven just to get it hard enough to paint
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milliput drys to quik and i thought some chemical process or extream heat like an oven just to get it hard enough to paint
It will not harden in an oven, it will melt.