Does anyone use super sculpey here? I want to sculpt something on top of a baked sculpey part but I don't want the new sculpey piece to stick to the old one. Is there any way to prevent the new piece from fusing to the old one when applied directly?
I'm a little confused on what you're asking exactly? You want to bake one piece, then create another piece to add onto the already baked part? What exactly are you making? The only thing I could think of is using wire to actually keep the pieces separate with a little bit of wiggle room but kind of hard to give advice when I'm not sure what you're trying to do.
Here's basically what it looks like. I have a face done and I want to sculpt the hair on, but I want them to be separate pieces because it'd be easier to sand the hair and paint the pieces that way.
Well it sort of worked when I left it outside to freeze so I can pop the piece off. Anyway SS seems like to break when I cut thin areas. Any better alternatives? I see the nips like to use polyester putty for their sculpts. How sturdy is it?