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GSW Flexible Armatures for Sculpting in 28mm (4pcs)

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Price (incl. tax)€8.50
Price (excl. tax)€8.50
AvailabilityIn stock (2 available)
Shipping (estimate)€25.95

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As an alternative to simple wire armatures, we introduce the Precast Flexible Armatures which are semi-finished figures known as Dollies that you may pose and use as the start of a new figure sculpture. These are just like a pre-made human frame which will speed up the process of making your own miniature keeping the scale proportion consistently.

Sculpting armatures are all advantages especially for a novice sculptor since they will help to get over problems with proportion and sizes. Dollies will save a lot of time during the building work that needs to be done with a wire armature. These armatures are considered "flexible" since they can be bent into a chosen pose to be worked on with sculpting putties to finish them off. They have a lot of bending points along the body to help with this task. And finally, as the latest innovation, they also have spikes in their feet to help when fixing them in the sculpting corks.

Ovenable up to 200ºC

This set includes 4 precast armatures/dollies in 28mm: 2 men and 2 woman


- Take into account that they tolerate bending, but extreme bending might break them. 

- Use flat pliers to bend flexible parts of the pieces. Bending by hand may create curvatures.

- These armatures contain LEAD and other metals that are not suitable for children under 15 years of age. You should wear gloves to manipulate them.