Easy Pouches Tutorial
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Easy Pouches Tutorial

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Hi fellow Realmers! just to inform everyone I posted a turorial on how to mold and cast pouches using clay this is a very quick and easy process and the results are satisfying. Check it out here on the Tutorial page Advance section. Sorry I don't know how to add link. All the best! and may you all find it useful.

Posted by Valkyriezero1
on Tuesday, May 6, 2014
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Valkyriezero1 -
Friday, June 6, 2014
Wow! Well done on those pouches! The copiesappear better than the original
Valkyriezero1 -
Friday, June 6, 2014
Im glad and thank you for using this method and hope more people will. I know it doesn't really gives you thesame results as the original but IMO its as close as you can get.
The Vintage Nerd -
Wednesday, May 28, 2014
Great tutorial!!! And it's so simple to do. The figure I'm working on right now actually has a few pouches and on one part has to duplicate pouches right next to one another. I borrowed the double-pouches from a Bullseye figure and went to work. Here's a pic of the results which I'm very satisfied with. Thanks again.

pock63 -
Tuesday, May 27, 2014
I just got done doing four partial headcasts(just the faces) using this method and super sculpey. It was a little tricky to get the noses right what you haft to do is make a cone in the nose part of the clay before you press it into the mold but once I got that down they worked great! and the best part is that I can change and alter features on the heads before cooking them for example one head was to thick and fat looking for what I wanted so I just gently squeezed the sides to thin it down then smoothed out my finger prints (: the options for this on heads are endless in my mind!
Valkyriezero1 -
Saturday, May 10, 2014
I did try doing using heads but I wasn't satisfied with the results. Then again I tried it only once. Might have to retry.
Valkyriezero1 -
Saturday, May 10, 2014
Thanks for clarifying.
STCreator -
Saturday, May 10, 2014
That's a cool and easy tutorial. I did something similar to your method with a head a while ago.
Green Skin -
Saturday, May 10, 2014
Technically modeling clay is just a malleable substance used in building or sculpting.
Valkyriezero1 -
Saturday, May 10, 2014
UPDATED 10-5 2014! Pictures now with text to easily understand.
Valkyriezero1 -
Friday, May 9, 2014
Im sure it will. Its called FIMO, Im in the UK. Im sure sculpey will do thesame you can either bake it or boil it to harden. The airdrying clay usually hardens overnight but when place in the oven you can do it in minutes.

Ah, that makes since. You confused me when calling it modeling clay, modeling clay is clay that never hardens and is only used for modeling purposes hence the name cool tutorial I might hafta make some pouches soon (:

Isnt sculpey a modelling clay?
pock63 -
Thursday, May 8, 2014
Im sure it will. Its called FIMO, Im in the UK. Im sure sculpey will do thesame you can either bake it or boil it to harden. The airdrying clay usually hardens overnight but when place in the oven you can do it in minutes.

Ah, that makes since. You confused me when calling it modeling clay, modeling clay is clay that never hardens and is only used for modeling purposes hence the name cool tutorial I might hafta make some pouches soon (:
Valkyriezero1 -
Tuesday, May 6, 2014
Im sure it will. Its called FIMO, Im in the UK. Im sure sculpey will do thesame you can either bake it or boil it to harden. The airdrying clay usually hardens overnight but when place in the oven you can do it in minutes.
pock63 -
Tuesday, May 6, 2014
What kind of modeling clay do you use for this tutorial, because most modeling clay never hardens.
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