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AuriAuriIl y a 4 ans
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I've been making some stuff for my nendoroids, starting with a mini Kotatsu and cushions, still missing the blanket-thing, because I want to buy specific fabric to make it. Today I coloured the mochis, the little wagashi and the plate-tray. I used a clay I made myself, so it's not polymer clay, it won't damage the pvc/plastic too.

Two mochis are bitten because I'm still waiting for Yamato Nendoroid

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TokihaIl y a 4 ans#6826509Woah you are awesome thank you! I definitely would love to try this out sometime! :D

I will be waiting for some pictures then :)
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AuriIl y a 4 ans#6826496snip

Woah you are awesome thank you! I definitely would love to try this out sometime! :D
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TokihaIl y a 4 ans#6826466Oh! awesome! Glad I know now before I tried it haha thank you!! What should I look up / look out for when wanting to make my own clay?

Well, I used white liquid glue (the kind that stick even to wood? vinylic/vinyl glue I think), potato starch and some kind of oily substance with perfume (so that it doesn't smell bad, I used a body oil, Argan Oil :) you can also use the ones for babies!). You don't really have to use potato starch, you can also use something similar, even normal flour could work, you just have to experiment with it. The primary ingredients are three: some kind of flour, liquid white glue and some oil. You have to play around with the measurements to get the right consistency: it should be like a chewing gum but it should "break", not stretch too much. If you ever used some kind of clay you may understand what I mean by thinking about when the clay is warm enough to be modellable. Some tips also: if it is sticky don't worry, as soon as you start using it, it will loose all stickiness. If you want to store it, you can store it by wrapping it in some film wrap (the transparent thing used for food!) and put it in a closed jar. It should be usable for quite some time. :) You can colour it using acrylics, it dries by hair so you don't have to cook it, you can also directly colour the clay before creating the objects you want. :) When mine dried it became kind of transparent (a bit cloudy) that may change because of the ingredients you used to make it. If you want some clearer or more specific explanation feel free to contact me privately (even if you encounter any problems while making it!).
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AuriIl y a 4 ans#6803655Yes, polymer clay is kind of corrosive towards many kinds of plastics. Though you can create your own non-corrosive clay easily at home. :)

Oh! awesome! Glad I know now before I tried it haha thank you!! What should I look up / look out for when wanting to make my own clay?
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TokihaIl y a 4 ans#6803601very cute!! I wish we could have nendoroids sit more easily ._. Would polymer clay damage the pvc/plastic then?

Yes, polymer clay is kind of corrosive towards many kinds of plastics. Though you can create your own non-corrosive clay easily at home. :)
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very cute!! I wish we could have nendoroids sit more easily ._. Would polymer clay damage the pvc/plastic then?
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