polymer clay color blending... helpful with subtle color differences
Homemade Polymer Clay - My favorite is a polymer clay also known as cold porcelain. Its main ingredients are cornstarch and white PVA or Elmer's glue. I like it because it's smooth and a little bit elastic to work with and dries extremely hard. It's also relatively non-porous so it takes paint really well. And it doesn't degrade over time like baker's clay or salt clay does
Things to make and do - Cold Porcelain Clay 4
tutorial on making your own cookie cutter shapes for clay or cookies!
How to make cold porcelain
entire blog on air dry clay and cold porcelain!!! recipe link on making your own
DIY Cold Porcelain Clay, no cook. Corn Starch: 1 and half cup, School glue: 1 cup, White vinegar: 1 Tblspoon, Cooking oil (olive oil) or baby oil: 1 Tblspoon, Body Lotion: 1 teaspoon
How to Make Porcelain Clay (to Use for Making Beautiful Art
This air drying clay is referred to as cold porcelain because it dries to resemble real porcelain. But unlike polymer clay, it's non-toxic and does not need to be cooked or cured. A favorite of many artists, cold porcelain allows you to create very intricate pieces as you can add delicate details to your sculpture. How to make it here: http://www.ehow.com/how_7162349_make-sculpey-clay.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage
No cooking Cold Porcelain tutorial - YouTube Recipe: 1-1/4 cups corn starch, 8 ounces generic school glue, 2 tbsp baby oil and 2 tbsp lemon juice.
This is the best tutorial I have seen on how to make cold porcelain clay for sculpting, stamping, etc.. the video is approximately 2 1/2 mins long and will help show you how to mix your ingredients (corn starch, olive oil, glue, vinegar, and body lotion) to make a study clay - air dries with no no cracks!