Sculpting with milliput?
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Sculpting with milliput?

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So the only sculpt which is available in my local area is milliput . But I don't know if I'm doing jt wrong or if I need to let it set or something ? Thanks guys .

Posted by PJcustoms
on Tuesday, June 21, 2011
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PJcustoms -
Saturday, June 25, 2011
ok thanks guys - I use the normal on ewould you recomend to use superfine white ?
MetalAlchemist -
Wednesday, June 22, 2011
Just be careful with the amount of water... I use the superfine one and it tends to become quite tacky/runny if it is too wet.
When I need more rounded/smooth details, I don't do them immediately after mixing, I do a raw sculpt, let it sit for a couple of minutes and then end up the details with wet tools; this is for the reason mentioned before.
Smooth any fingerprints with water and even your same fingers.
When cured, be sure to sand it well with fine sand paper.
leafman343 -
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
I use milliput, you mix it in equal parts, sculpt and let it cure for about 4 hours. You have about half hour working time with it before it starts to cure. Make sure your tools are wet while you're working and it can be easily smoothed with a wet tool or finger.

I can't really give you much more info without knowing what the issues you're having are.
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