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Hey Jen, this is really cute. The best tip I learned in the class is to take a small band saw blade, cut a 2" piece off, and crimp it into a loop with a small brass pipe to create a rake tool. Then rake the surface of the entire sculpt to get rid of the lumps, and then use isopropyl alcohol and a paint brush to melt the rake marks and smooth it all down. Raking Process: http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_H1mAv6QNHHs/S3pMn6PWHeI/AAAAAAAAAM8/p1xpedWrZgs/s1600-h/hal006w.jpgAfter: http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_H1mAv6QNHHs/S3pMzJiN2cI/AAAAAAAAANE/XuX_CXx1fdg/s1600-h/hal007w.jpgWhen you see the alcohol melt the sculpy it's amazing how smooth it becomes.
Thanks for the helpful tip Matt, I appreciate it! Getting the sculpey smooth has been one of my biggest problems and I'll try to apply your tip in my next attempt-this is all a learning process for me at this point but it's fun.
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