Translucent Liquid Sculpey is a bakeable liquid polymer medium. That means that it shares many of the same properties as solid polymer clay but has a number of characteristics that offer unique and unexpected possibilities.
Translucent Liquid Sculpey opens a whole new arena for artists and crafters alike! When artist’s oil paints are mixed with it, it can be an enamel, a glaze, or a backfilling compound. When pigments or mica powders are mixed with it, it can be a stipple, a metallic glaze, or a grout for polymer clay mosaics.
Translucent Liquid Sculpey is also a fantastic transfer medium. Paint a layer of Liquid Sculpey over printed images, black and white photocopies or colour pencil drawings and let dry. Bake at 130Â°C for 15-30 mins, allow to cool. Peel and wash off the paper image to leave a permanent print on the baked clay! Our second photograph shows a magazine image being painted over with Liquid Sculpey and the last photograph shows a print of a cake. The Liquid Sculpey is strong, yet flexible once baked.
Liquid Sculpey is also a terrific adhesive agent. Its adhesive qualities are activated only after baking. It increases the clay to clay bond between raw layers of clay, and when adding raw layers to previously baked layers.