Apoxie Sculpt is soooooo much better than the Japanese alternatives I’ve been trying. True, they’re just two part modeling epoxy and they don’t market themselves as Japanese alternatives to Apoxie Sculpt but they’re what I have been using.
It might be pricier to buy here but…I’m in Japan. I’m where the sealant of doll choice (Mr. Super Clear) is at all hobby shops. I’m in Model Mecha!
Apoxie sculpt is silkier, less irritating to my skin (I tried wearing gloves but after a while they get in the way) and less grainy.
I only bought one pound (two 8oz containers you mix) and I’m already understanding why people buy four pounds at a time. When you have Apoxie Sculpt the answer is to SCULPT EVERYTHING.
Hey… these shoes don’t really suit Wednesday.
SCULPT SOME SKULLS.
I want a Pretty Pretty Pegasus figure.
Do I really want to try and glue Clawdeen Wolf’s detached wolf ears back onto her skull for Starfire’s ears? No?
SCULPT SOME EARS.
I want to make an Edna Mode dolls but no existing faces really work.
SAND DOWN THAT LITTLE PULLIP AND START SCULPTING.
And, of course, I continue to sculpt my Sakura inspired doll.
The ony thing left for me to figure out what sort of armature and dark magic is needed for me to sculpt a golem that can go to work for me next week while I stay home and create.