Aves Sculpt and surface to dry
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Aves Sculpt and surface to dry

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Hi everyone,

I'm creating a few loose items using Aves Sculp, one of which is very flat, I'm having real trouble trying to find a surface to dry and sculped on, the stuff sticks to almost anything. Anyone have a tip what surface is best to use?

Posted by RPGer
on Tuesday, January 11, 2011
User Comments
Boothooligan -
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Silicone non-stick oven liners are cheap and easily attainable at Wal-Mart, Christmas Tree Shop, Target, etc, etc. I use one on my desk while customizing, and it repels everything from paint to Apoxie Sculpt. It does have a slight pattern on one side that may show up in your sculpting, so make sure you have it righ side up Otherwise, this thing is the BEST $!.50 I ever spent.
mega_star_andro -
Wednesday, January 12, 2011
non stick reynolds wrap foil with some canola oil
pock63 -
Tuesday, January 11, 2011
I use wax paper.
Darththomas -
Tuesday, January 11, 2011
Cling film is also pretty good for this kind of thing.
Finn Varra -
Tuesday, January 11, 2011
If you use some baby powder and give the surface a light dusting the aves won't stick.
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