Is polymer clay a bad choice for stop mo?

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1 week 19 hours ago #1392 by SparkleStorm
SparkleStorm created the topic: Is polymer clay a bad choice for stop mo?
I recently bought this book Creating Lifelike Figures in Polymer Clay, Tools and Techniques for Sculpting Realistic Figures, by Katherine Dewey, there's so many kinds of clay airdry, baking...I don't know.
www.barnesandnoble.com/w/creating-lifeli...ine-dewey/1111615433
Can polymer clay be used for animation some people recommend using plastalina

If I do use plastalina and use this book will my figures turn out the same way? Thanks for reading sorry for asking questions back to back.

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1 week 12 hours ago #1393 by Scottie D.
Scottie D. replied the topic: Is polymer clay a bad choice for stop mo?
I've been using a polymer clay for a while and I think it works great for animation. I like that I can bake pieces that I don't want to deform while animating. For example, eyeballs, teeth, shirt collars, etc.
Although it can't be melted for mixing batches of colors, I've found that mixing by hand is adequate for smaller personal projects.

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