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.
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