Roma is the world's finest modeling material that is permanently pliable and the choice of professional sculptors the world over. Available in four consistencies:
2 lb. blocks.
2 lb. blocks.
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I'm using some old Roma non-sulfur clay, and it has become a bit hard from drying out in the air over a number of years. Is there any way to add oil to it with some heat and get it to become pliable again?- Asked by Billie L on 05-Feb-14
The manufacturer, Sculpture House, states that non-sulfur Plastilina is okay to heat in a microwave, but apply heat in small increments as microwave power levels vary. Other possible options for applying gradual heat include exposure to the sun, heat lamps, or a hair dryer. Avoid overheating and apply heat evenly. A few drops of household oil may also be added and kneaded into the clay.- Answered by MisterArt on 10-Feb-14
Can this be spray painted?- Asked by Maggie on 25-Oct-13
You could spray paint it with acrylic.- Answered by MisterArt on 28-Oct-13
Will the product stick to the outside of a pumpkin?- Asked by Maggie on 25-Oct-13
This is non-hardening sculpture clay, it will not stick. If you want it to stick, you need to use self-hardening clay.- Answered by MisterArt on 28-Oct-13
Does the material need to be dipped into hot water to become soft enough to shape figures?- Asked by Elton Ko on 25-Sep-13
First, the clay needs to be worked a bit to become soft enough to sculpt. Then the warmth of your hands should be enough. You don't need to dip it in water.- Answered by MisterArt on 27-Sep-13
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