"Cosclay is indeed nice for modelling but go for the harder, the soft version is really soft, and hard to optain details with. The benefit of it being flexible and not as brittle as other polymer clays is that it easier to get out of a plaster mold…"
"Anyone tried this ?! Very intrigued - been using silkclay which is almost impossible to sculpt details. But I've learned that cosclay should be as heavy as sculpy - but maybe a combination could prove useful. Silkclay is very light and I like…"
"Wow! This Kickstarter is already way over its target. There are some good shots of sculptures done in the medium on the kickstarter page video.
It suggests to me that it might work particularly well for props. A little while ago I made some fish in…"
"Ha ha what a soothing voice he has.
i see what you mean, on his worm it seems like the clay has a memory of being straight and is fighting against the armature to return to its default state.
His sculpting technique looks like it uses a lot of…"
"I watched a couple of videos, including this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZP39S_GGos
You can see that it is only a little bit flexible. A smooth tentacle or snake can bend, although you can see the limits where it springs…"
"I have seen a couple of flexible modelling materials before, and they were actually pretty firm. You might manage thin fingers over wire that could be animated, but anything thicker was going to fight the wire. The other thing to watch…"
Have you seen this cosclay Kickstarter coming up? https://www.cosclay.com/I’m excited! the flexibility and memory they have shown in their demos looks super promising. I’m hoping it can skip the whole mold recast steps. sculpy had a bake able bendable for while but I never got to try it.(sorry if this is a topic duplicate, I peaked around and didn’t see it)See More