Customs: Where to by fixit sculpt?

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  1. SPLIT LIP

    SPLIT LIP Dry built

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    Or something of equivelant. I see lots of customs with this stuff, and from what I've heard you just sculpt it on and it dries, no baking or anything. Where is it sold in stores, if at all? None of the art stores near me have it.
     
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    Ah. Also, I was positive there was a "u" in the title. Fuuuuuuuuu-


    I really hate ordering online. It's so easy to get scammed and so much can happen when shipping.
     
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    then call them. they have some hot daughters (that's the rumor) that will help you out.
     
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    i Go to games-workshop and get there "green stuff" or even Wal-mart/Supercenters they have Mighty Putty
     
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    I wouldn't use Mighty putty, I follow the directions to a "t" and it's quite brittle compared to fixit. plus the dry time is almost instant. I do use it, but I find there are certain sculpts that require the aves.
     
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    hmmm, i ordered some might putty off ebay a while back, and that stuff is MESSY! i dont have any probelems with it, but I cant deal with it being so sticky and messy. I'll def. be ordering apoxie sculpt for now on. and it takes a while it to dry with me. maybe a got some funky mighty putty
     
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    your right, it was very sticky too. I just had problems with it "setting" AS i was mixing the A and B. By the time I got it where I wanted, there was 10 seconds left to refine it before it started drying up.

    Aves dry time is a curse and a blessing at the same time. it take FOREVER to cure, but when sculpting a face or something, you need that extra time. If you want it to "fake" set quicker, throw it in the frig or freezer a few minutes...once back to room temp though, it'll soften back up.
     

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