Used by dollmakers, artists and animation studios worldwide, Super Sculpey ® Living Doll polymer clay blends effortlessly and creates lifelike figurines with fine, realistic features. You can use Sculpey's® polymer clay to design dolls and stunning models ... Read More
Used by dollmakers, artists and animation studios worldwide, Super Sculpey® Living Doll polymer clay blends effortlessly and creates lifelike figurines with fine, realistic features. You can use Sculpey's® polymer clay to design dolls and stunning models alike. Our clay allows you to sand, drill, carve or paint the semi-transparent finish easily after baking.
Super Sculpey® Living Doll clay is available in one-pound bars and three skin-tone options. Sculpey® Living Doll polymer clay is made for smooth bending and remains soft and pliable out of the package. Other advantages of using Living Doll clay include:
Living Doll Clay can be sanded, buffed, glazed and painted to create any design. Once you finish baking your Super Sculpey® Living Doll polymer clay, remove it from the oven to cure and cool. Once its cooled, sand and buff your doll or creation before painting and sealing it with a glaze. Checkout our clay craft ideas page for some inspiration on how to create your next doll or fun figurine!
Due to its fine detailing and tooling characteristics, Super Sculpey® Living Doll Clay is a popular choice among clayers and filmmakers all over the world. This professional-quality clay does not fill in after tooling and is revered for its ability to produce finely detailed sculptures. Ready to craft lifelike dolls and figurines? Purchase Super Sculpey® Living Doll clay and browse our website to learn about how to bake your clay, surfaces to use, polymer clay tools and more.
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Please make sure your work area is covered and you are not working on an unprotected surface. We recommend working on the Sculpey® Work ‘n Bake Clay Mat, wax paper, metal baking sheet, or disposable foil. Uncured clay may damage unprotected furniture or finished surfaces. Be sure to cover your crafting area appropriately.