Your imagination is the only limit when it comes to devising uses for Magic-Sculpt
Magic-Sculpt is a two-part self-hardening epoxy clay specifically designed to meet the needs of modelers, crafters and sculptors. It 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. 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 cures at room temperature so no firing or baking is necessary. 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 including foam, wood, glass, stone, clay, and almost anything else. Also works as a bonding agent between two different materials.
Use as a sculpting or modifying medium over an armature or mannequin or by itself as a sculpting material. It comes in Natural (light grey), White, Brown, Flesh, Black and Green colors and in 1,5 and 20 lb containers consisting of one container of Resin and one of Hardener to be mixed together in equal quantities.
I love this epoxy clay for many reasons - making clay sculptures that don't need to be fired in a kiln. It sets up in about an hour - two hours and you can build on it and carve and sand it The only issue is that it is very sticky, so that you need to wear latex gloves when sculpting with it. I like that I can also use water with it as well. Victoria Fuller on 13th May 2014
...but it was harder to work with than I anticipated. It is definitely NOT like "real" clay and has a mind of its own that defied my attempts to create a smooth surface. I appreciated its lack of odor and the fact I didn't have to wear a mask, which made it a much more attractive alternative to fiberglass.
It's another tool in the box! Unknown on 14th Apr 2014
I love this stuff. I think of more and more uses everyday. I only wish it was cheaper. I am making funky chairs out of old student desk chairs. I recovered two bunnies I made out of stuff that didn't work. Who knows what's next. Unknown on 10th Mar 2014
I've made the switch from Aves to Magic Sculpt. The last several batches of Aves was so mushy I couldn't do anything with it. Magic Sculpt is more clay like. Michele Lynch on 3rd Sep 2013
I'm professional artist,doll maker and two years ego opened this product.I like Magic Sculpt so much!!!! Thank you and I'll be back soon!!
Stafford,VA Marina Sciascia on 25th Jun 2013
Magic Sculpt changed the way I do sculpting, in a good way! It's easy to work with and clean up. Rask Opticon on 12th Jun 2013
I've been looking for an epoxy to use for making jewellery and customizing figures, and this stuff is perfect! It's far less sticky than other 2-part modelling mediums, and the ability to smooth it with water is extremely useful! Also, unlike Citadel's green stuff, you can actually sand and/or carve Magic Sculpt by hand and without serious concentrated effort. Great detail ability, I find it's better to build on top of a base rather than work straight, and definitely have the patience to work in layers of detail!
The customs cost to Canada was murder, unfortunately. So hopefully what I have lasts me a while! El on 10th Jun 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! XTina on 17th Jan 2013