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Like to sculpt curves on them,breasts & a few other things because I'm dying to add stuff like that onto a doll & to make a bimbo Monster High doll.

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I saw a girl make an Elvira custom out of a MH doll, and to sculpt the bosom on she used epoxy, I think.

I believe they are talking about my elvira custom I did add a larger bust to her and on others I've made their hips and thighs bigger too using apoxie putty...also im a dude not a girl

I recommend Aves Fixit Sculpt. It has a firmer consistency and longer working time than their regular Apoxie. Once mixed, it is very much like clay, but then cures very hard (but still carvable and sandable). It takes paint very well. Good luck!

Thanks for asking this question. Whenever I asked I was just told apoxie. And Loren, thank you for sharing the qualities of your favored apoxie product.

You're welcome, Gabby. I used to use Milliput, but could not get a fine enough consistency. Then a few years ago someone suggested that I use Aves Apoxie. Fantastic stuff, but it starts off very sticky and it tends to droop under it's weight. Not so good if you need things to stick out like horns.  Really good if you are making small/quick changes. Since I need to do more sculpting than that, I went with Aves Fixit Sculpt (same company, different formula). You will notice a huge difference.

http://www.avesstudio.com/index.php?page=shop.product_details&f...

Epoxy is always useful, or you can use sculpy and boil harden it. Epoxy tends to stand up to time a bit better though, it's really tough stuff.

I use super fine milliput for like china? Never had a problem with it, but it does go off after a while and stops working when you mix the two parts. Grr.

I need to buy some more actually, half mine went missing so I have only one half of the compound and not the other.

it may have been, i apologize for misgendering, i didn't know.

JJ_Munster said:

I believe they are talking about my elvira custom I did add a larger bust to her and on others I've made their hips and thighs bigger too using apoxie putty...also im a dude not a girl

I never thought  to boil harden the sculpy. Nice idea, I may give it a try.

purple_monkfish said:

Epoxy is always useful, or you can use sculpy and boil harden it. Epoxy tends to stand up to time a bit better though, it's really tough stuff.

I use super fine milliput for like china? Never had a problem with it, but it does go off after a while and stops working when you mix the two parts. Grr.

I need to buy some more actually, half mine went missing so I have only one half of the compound and not the other.

I wouldnt do the boiling for sculpey unless you have to. it hardens but it makes it brittle and I had pieces crack and chip off of stuff after boiling.

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