Sculpey Polymer Clay
Original Sculpey has been in the hands of kids, parents and teachers for generations. Original Sculpey is soft and pliable, and it works and feels like ceramic clay but will not dry out when exposed to air. After baking, it can be sanded, drilled, carved and painted with water-based acrylic paints glazes. There are endless possibilities when creating with Sculpey. It is available in both White and Terra Cotta colours.
Super Sculpey is a unique polymer clay, loved by artists, dollmakers and animation studios around the world. With a ceramic-like feel, Super Sculpey is available in a semi-translucent beige that, once baked, captures the glow of real skin. Super Sculpey features fine tooling and detailing characteristics, and does not “fill in” after tooling. Because of the fine tooling and detailing characteristics of Super Sculpey, it is frequently the chosen clay for making prototypes from which molds are made from the Super Sculpey sculptures; then reproductions are made using the molds. Additionally, artists are producing finely detailed finished sculptures using Super Sculpey. After curing in the oven, Super Sculpey can be sanded, drilled carved and painted with water-based acrylic paints.
Super Sculpey Firm is the answer to many sculptors’ desire for a clay they can carve, tool and detail with none of the blurring and bending found in softer polymer clays. The extra firm sculpting clay is gray in color, making it easy for both sculptors and photographers to see even the tiniest detail and, when necessary, catch it on film. After curing in the oven, Super Sculpey Firm can be sanded, drilled, carved and painted with water-based acrylic paint.
Sculpey UltraLight is the most versatile member of the Polyform family of clays. UltraLight is lightweight and extremely soft but bakes so hard that it won’t crack or break, even in larger pieces. However, UltraLight remains flexible when rolled thin, so it is ideal for paper crafts. This soft, easy-to-handle clay can be used to create just about anything. UltraLight can be used as a filler for polymer clay beads, helping to keep jewelry – especially larger pieces – light and comfortable. Used to create decorative accents, the baked-hard clay can be sanded, drilled, buffed and painted with acrylic paints. This versatile new product even floats, making it perfect for floating candle holders or bathtub toys. Making Christmas ornaments that don’t cause tree branches to sag is a trick with any craft. New UltraLight is the perfect medium for ornaments, especially large ones. UltraLight is a great replacement for tin foil armatures, offering a smoother base for clay projects to be built around. Because it bakes so hard that it won’t crack, larger sculpting projects are finally possible with UltraLight foundations. In addition to accepting paint beautifully, when covered with Sculpey and Premo clays, the new ultra-light clay chemically bonds together with the covering material to make the final project even stronger.