|OOAK Artist Emporium - Sculpting Tools,
|Polymer Clay Tools &
|Sculpture House Tools
Delicate tools made of the finest wood and polished to a superb finish. Used for fine
detail work not otherwise achieved with larger modeling These flat or hand modeling
tools are sometimes referred to as thumb tools since the thumb is often used to hold
the tool, are produced from Acacia wood. Hand-polished, natural finish. Approximate
These tool are designed to work with Plastilina modeling compound, which is a wax
and oil based product. These tools can also be used on polymer clay.
|Sculpting can and should be fun. Using the right tools will makes the difference! You will find many of my personal
|Double Ball Stylus tools are perfect for creating detail without cutting the
clay. Use these tools for tiny areas like facial features, fingers and toes.
Available in 3 sizes. 2.80 ea
|Studio by Sculpey Acrylic Clay Roller
|Kemper has been a leader in creating sculpting tools for ceramicists, porcelain and earthen clay artists for over 25 years. The quality of Kemper
tools is well known in the industry. These tools are also great for polymer clay artists.
|Jack Johnston's 3-1 Primary Tool
Each of these tools is hand made. The scoop ends are shaped and
smoothed individually, which is why this tool costs a bit more than others.
|Designed with the student in mind as well as the experienced sculptor, this economical
assortment of imported 6" and 8" modeling tools, offers a wide variety of shapes and
contours for decorating in clay. Originally designed for use in earthen type clay, these tools
are also great for polymer clay. Use to cut, slice, smooth and pattern work. Made from
boxwood with a satin smooth finish.
Each set includes all 12 tools pictured
11.95 per set
|Sm .50mm - 1.0mm
Med 1.0mm - 1.5mm
Lg 1.5mm - 3.0mm
|This seamless Studio By Sculpey Acrylic Clay Roller smoothes clay sheets without leaving roller marks.
Studio By Sculpey Acrylic Clay Roller Features:
|More tools and essentials on page 2
|Sculpey Modeling Tools - 4 pc set
These are among my favorite tools and also my very first set of tools. I love the shapes and the size of
these tools. They are light weight and last a very long time with proper care. I still use mine.
This set comes with a small roller which works for rolling clay into small thin pieces.
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|Sculpey Push Molds
|Using a mold can be an excellent way for beginners to learn proportions when sculpting human figures. These are flexible molds and very easy to use.
Use them over and over! Each mold has detailed hands, feet, torso and ears. You still have to do the detailing on the back of each of the body parts. I
recommend making an armature to stabilize your clay. When baking clay, it softens and can slump if it has no internal support.
|sleeping and eyes open. Figure will
be approx. 4 inches completed.
|Adult Woman Mold
Approx figure size is 5 inches
Approx figure size is 5 inches
|NEW! "Brie" Original face mold, by Judy
|Some might not be aware that I am an artdoll artist also. A little over a year ago, I took Jean Bernard's Fairy Crown online
class. I made this small Miniquin head to design my crowns for polymer clay artdolls. Several of the others in the class had
asked me to make one for them. After giving it careful consideration, I finally decided that I would have resin molds cast from
this small face.
|When used properly, molds can help a newer artist struggling with
proportions. Faces are not easy to do. Many times, they do not come out
looking realistic or believable.
It is my intention to help those who have difficulty with eye placement and
size, nose length and width and lip proportions, to learn how to do these
features on their own in time.
|The artist needs to create the head, neck, ears and follow the jawline.
The face can be altered to have open eyes and by staying within the width
of the eye corners, add eyelids which will not overpower the face.
Using this face mold will get your eye trained to see these proportions as
you sculpt. Have fun with it, change it up to suit your desired look.
This face size would fit artdolls 6- 8 inches tall. Click mold image to see
|Why I chose resin over flexible silicone. Silicone molds can tear from
pressure and they trap air which makes bubbles where you don't want
them. Resin will reduce any distortion. Resin will last a very, very long
|Signature Series Border Molds
Lisa Pavelka has focused her creative energies in taking polymer clay in
new directions; especially in the areas of mixed media applications.
These border molds are designed for use with polymer clay and will add
beauty and distinction to any project.
Each mold has four different border shapes.
|Au Natural Ropes and Braids
|Kemper Sculpting Tools
|Kemper 12 piece Sculpting set
|Click here to see a demo
|Eggshell Pendant by Victoria Lane
Click image for a larger view
|Christi Freisen Marvelous Molds – Stuff to make Stuff with!
1 set (15 grams) in pre-measured containers, with instructions.
Molded patterns, textures and sculptural elements can add a wonderful dimension and variety to your creations!
Make your own! of natural textures like shell and bark, or make an impression of antique buttons and molded
ornamentation, or create duplicates of one of your own sculpted pieces easily, over and over! If you haven't made
molds yet, it's time!
This is a good way to see how you like creating and using molds. This set contains one heaping spoonful of
silicon mold-making material and the instructions for using it. (It's a two-part mix that is activated when equal
parts of the white and pink putties are thoroughly mixed!) It's sooo easy. No harmful fumes or residue.
© 2013 Christi Friesen
|Be sure to check Christi's online classes
|3.25 per kit
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