Liquid Bakeable Clay From Sculpey In Clear, White, Black

Bakeable Sculpey Liquid Black White Clear - Polymer Clay TutorVideo #776: The Clear is now one of the clearest liquid clay’s on the market today. I know you are going to love it!

Today in the PcT Testlab, I am testing three brand new colored liquid polymer clay’s brought to you by Polyform, the makers of Premo and Sculpey brands of polymer clay… Black, White and Clear!

Translucent Liquid Sculpey (aka TLS) has been on the market for years… decades probably. It has been around ever since I remember.

And over the last couple of years, Polyform has introduced some tinted liquid clays, labeled as Liquid Bakeable Clay. They come in the metallic/pearl colors of Gold, Silver and Pearl.

Now, Polyform has introduced three new colors to the Sculpey Liquid Bakeable Clay line…. Black, White and Clear!

As you will see in the video, the Black and White are opaque, and the Clear is much clearer than the original (TLS) Translucent Liquid Sculpey.

The new Black, White and Clear products can be tinted with alcohol inks, chalks, powders, solid clay’s and with each other to come up with all kinds of neat effects.

Since working with the liquid polymer clays is quite different than the solid clay’s, I think it is a wonderfully creative product that can be used in many new ways. I have figured out a ctools clay brands supplies machines maintenance storage work surfaces organization studio setups, ool way to use the Liquid Clays in an Airgun, to make super detailed designs that I’ll show you in a future video real soon.

One thing I really like about the new Clear Liquid Bakeable Product, is that it is now one of the clearest liquid clay’s on the market. It stays whiter than Kato Liquid Polyclay, and is quite comparable to the more expensive Fimo Liquid. This is something that our market has been wanting for a long time.

Anyway, check out these new colored liquid polymer clay’s from Sculpey and see what you come up with to do with them!

Do you have any suggestions for videos on tips, techniques or products you would like to learn more about? Let me know in the comments section below!

My goal is to help you to learn quicker and easier ways to bring up the professionalism in your polymer clay art.

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Looking forward to hearing from you!

Cindy Lietz SignaturePolymer Clay Tutor

 

  1. Elizabeth Schneider, 01 May, 2017

    Spectacular video! I swear you were reading my mind! The video answered all the questions I had about the product! Especially questions as to how it compares to Kato, Fimo, and TLS. I think I’ve said it before, but as a chemist, I really appreciate how you follow the “scientific method” when performing product tests like this. The mandala designs are wonderful. I can’t wait to see the video about the air pen. I can’t even imagine what it is and how it could draw those designs. Guess I’ll just have to wait and see! Patience is a virtue….but I’m not very virtuous! ;-)

  2. Cindy Lietz, 01 May, 2017

    Thanks Elizabeth! Glad you are excited about the upcoming AirPen video. I think you’re going to be impressed!

  3. Debra Nance, 01 May, 2017

    I can’t wait to try these out, especially the clear. I have so many ideas. Thanks for the demo and I love the scientific aspect of your tutorials.

  4. Cindy Lietz, 01 May, 2017

    You are so welcome Debra! Thanks for stopping by!

  5. Dawn Boone, 01 May, 2017

    Can’t wait to try the Clear. I heard about it at my guild meeting in March and have been “patiently” waiting. Thanks for the demo! The black and white look like they have lots of possibilities too.

  6. Cindy Lietz, 02 May, 2017

    They sure do Dawn! You can use them on their own, but also tint them with alcohol inks and or pearlEx powders. Lots of possibilities!

  7. Dixie Ann, 02 May, 2017

    Just got the Clear, Black and Pearl last week and am anxious to try them! Your Pct Test Lab demo came just at the right time. I was wowed by the mandelas you did with the white. That I am really looking forward to see you do. I have a brand new air pen I have not used yet so I hope it’s soon. By the way I found the bell and now will receive your notifications. Happy Spring!

  8. LINDA S. LARUE, 16 May, 2017

    hello,
    please tell me where you found the CLEAR..been looking everywhere..thank you, Linda

  9. Tim V, 04 May, 2017

    Hello! Thank you for interesting video! Could you please recommend some online stores where it’s possible to buy such new liquid clays, with delivery abroad?

  10. Cindy Lietz, 05 May, 2017

    Hi Tim, the two online stores of that I know of that are already carrying the Sculpey Liquid Bakeable Clays are Shades OF Clay and Sculpey Products. Hopefully they can ship to you where you are.

  11. Debra J Nance, 04 May, 2017

    Just got my order of the clear, black and white. Can’t wait to get started!

  12. Cindy Lietz, 05 May, 2017

    I am excited for you Debra! :)

  13. Paula Pope, 05 May, 2017

    Hi Cindy! I was wondering if you’ve ever tried using nail stamps on clay before? If you haven’t seen it before, you have small designs on an embossing plate. You press nail polish into the design with a squeegee then pick it up with a silicone ball to transfer it to the nail. I was thinking you might be able to do the same thing with clay, but maybe using acrylic paint instead. Thoughts???

  14. Cindy Lietz, 05 May, 2017

    Hi Paula, I have heard of nail stamps and have seen a few videos on them, but have never used them before. Always wondered how they would work on clay. Bet you could even scrape some colored liquid clay into them. Wouldn’t need to transfer them to the silicone ball either since the clay is sticky and would grab the stamp. Haven’t gotten around to buying any to test, but if you know someone who sells them and get them to send me some, I would be happy to do some testing for you guys!

  15. Jocelyn C, 06 May, 2017

    I bow to the Tute Master. Boy that was great! Loved the testing and in-depth off shoots you hit. And whaddaya know….within seconds I had a bottle of clear screaming through the universe and soon to be in my hands. Like you, I like a good mystery…what will it do if I try this…. Think next week will be one big experiment, if it stays dry.

  16. Cindy Lietz, 09 May, 2017

    Have fun with your experiments Jocelyn! Let us know if you come up with something cool!

  17. LINDA S. LARUE, 09 May, 2017

    OF course i had to get the sugarveil…i bought two now waiting on delvery…and am waiiting to get the clear sculpy..need to try it….boy, that stuff sure stinks, even outside…not burning, just curing…

    now to the big one…I wrote the other day about trying the plaid glass paints on the sculpy…I have looked all over, and found none so far….did see plaid mentioned a few times…so, I will get on to trying it on some old bases i have….it does not need to be cured, and is acrylic, or a plastic of some sort….so i guess i need to find; out if it and the crackle are safe, and for how long? any ideas? thank you, Linda

  18. Cindy Lietz, 10 May, 2017

    Hi Linda, have fun with that clear and the SugarVeil mats! :) As far as the Plaid Glass Paint, I am not familiar with that paint, so I can’t give you any advice other than do some tests like you suggested. Try them on both raw and baked clay and let your samples sit for a few weeks to be sure. I would love to hear about your results!

  19. LINDA S. LARUE, 10 May, 2017

    will do, Im not sure about the plaid, will try to look it up on line also…looks just like glass, and requires no heat, so yes, today i planned on painting some bases, and will add raw since i am making a clay piece…thank you…L

  20. LINDA S. LARUE, 16 May, 2017

    after searching high and low, boy is it pouring rain here today, thunder and lightning, off the subject, but looking out the window…it turns out that plaid is somehow connected to the same company that makes mod-podge, and no it is not compatible, the plaid paints that is, with the polymer clays…the company rep. said they are working on it, but sad to say at this time, it is a no go…thank you, Linda

    p.s. could someone tell me where they found the sculpy clear? I can find all the others, but that one does not come up in search windows, or if it does, it leads to pearls and the reg. tls….thank you again..L

  21. Cindy Lietz, 16 May, 2017

    Hi Linda, thanks for the update on the Plaid! As far as where to get the clear, I put two links up above in a comment I made on May 5th to Tim V. If you scroll up a little, you will find the blue links.

  22. LINDA S. LARUE, 16 May, 2017

    thank you, been buying stuff from shades of clay for a while and never thought to look there…big duhh…I will tell you gal, you sure make this stuff look ez, well, it isn’t….i spend more time laughing at my mistakes that i make….I guess thats learning…I.just keep trying…thank you…L

  23. Cindy Lietz, 24 May, 2017

    Yeah a big part of learning can be making mistakes. Luckily I will make a lot of them first so you don’r have to! :)

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