The new Polyform Premo! by Sculpey Glow in the Dark clay is wonderful; except for one thing … because it is brand new, it is hard to sculpt with because it’s so soft. This video will walk you through a few helpful hints, tips, & tricks for making this and Sculpey III’s Glow a little easier to manage.
Glow in the Dark Clay is Amazing:
- Sure you can buy glow powders (in a variety of colors too) to add to your clay, but glow in the dark clay itself is a far better solution as it has better and more thorough coverage and a far better brightness to its ‘glowability’.
- Premo used to make a gorgeous [and far superior] glow in the dark clay to the Sculpey III clay that’s been available for the past several years.
- This past fall (2019) Polyform released a new glow clay as a limited edition run. It was gobbled up by polymer enthusiasts across the world in just a few hours.
- It was so popular that Polyform decided to add it to the regular line again … and aren’t we so grateful?!
- But as a sculptor, the clay is SO new, it hasn’t had time to sit and get a little “hard.” And for that reason it can be difficult to sculpt with. So here’s a few tips to help you overcome this small obstacle.