Your imagination is the only limit when it comes to devising uses for Magic-Sculpt
Magic-Sculpt is a two-part epoxy clay specifically designed to meet the needs of modelers, crafters and sculptors alike. One of the only epoxies that will smooth out with water and can be handled like any water-based clay. Its grain structure is finer than any other product available and will not shrink or crack even when formed in large structures. It can be shaped by hand or with modeling tools, sanded, carved, painted; you can attack it with a grinding tool and the cured material will not break apart or lose its shape. Magic-Sculpt will cure at room temperature.
Magic Sculpt is a self hardening epoxy clay. It can be mixed and molded by hand or machine. It is non-toxic making it great for hand sculpting and molding.
Magic-Sculpt is used throughout the world by hundreds of different crafts and professions — artists, sculptors, taxidermists, furniture restorers, mold makers, manufacturing, museums, sign makers, prop studios, fx artists, ceramicists, doll makers, miniature artists, action figure designers and modifiers, as well as many more.
It has approximately a 3 hour working time from mixing to hardening and can be sanded, drilled or modified with carving tools after hardening. It accepts most paints and is outdoor or underwater durable!
Magic-Sculpt adheres to most surfaces include foam, wood, glass, stone, clay, and most anything else. Also works as a bonding agent between two different materials.
Use a s sculpting or modifying medium over an armature or mannequin or by itself as a sculpting material.
Posted by XTina on 17th Jan 2013
I love this stuff. I work on model horses and original sculptures and this is closer to clay-like texture than Apoxie Sculpt is. It also smooths out and sands beautifully. It is much easier to work with too. Plus it's much easier to get finer detail with Magic Sculpt than it is with Apoxie Sculpt. I would highly recommend you give this a try. I did, and now I've completely switched over!