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Offline Vermis

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Sculpting Media Sources
« on: June 22, 2011, 08:59:48 PM BST GMT »
UNITED KINGDOM

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EPOXY PUTTY

Apoxie Sculpt - also Aves Studio Apoxie Clay and Fixit

Fantasy Realms
JHT Taxidermy Supplies - ebay shop
SnM Stuff
The Snowdonia Catalogue Taxidermy Supplies

aSculpt

Restoration Supplies

Brown Stuff - Kneadatite Brown/Neutral

Sylmasta

Cold Clay

Restoration Supplies

Geomfix Designer Clay

Sylmasta

Green Stuff - Kneadatite Blue/Yellow

Ebob Miniatures
Heresy Miniatures
Sylmasta
Tiranti
The Troll Trader
Warlord Games

Magic Sculp

El Greco Miniatures
Restoration Supplies
Sylmasta

Milliput

4D Model Shop
Antenociti's Workshop
Ebob Miniatures
George Weil
Hobbycraft
Models for sale
SnM Stuff
Special Plasters
Sylmasta
Tiranti

Procreate

El Greco Miniatures
Heresy Miniatures
Ramshackle Games
The Troll Trader - as GF9 grey stuff
Warlord Games

Sylmasta A+B

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POLYMER CLAY

Cernit

EJR Beads
George Weil

FIMO Classic

4D Model Shop
ClayAround
Craft Cellar
Craft Merrily
Crafty Arts
EJR Beads
George Weil
PolymerClay.co.uk

FIMO Puppen and Puppen Miniature

4D Model Shop
ArtiFolk
Craft Cellar
Crafty Arts
George Weil

FIMO Professional - New name for combined Classic and Puppen products

ArtiFolk
CassArt
ClayAround
Craft Cellar
Craft Merrily
Crafty Arts
EJR Beads
Hobbycraft

Kato Polyclay

ClayAround
PolymerClay.co.uk

Premo! Sculpey

Art Clay Supplies
ClayAround
Craft Merrily
Crafty Arts
EJR Beads
George Weil
Hobbycraft
PolymerClay.co.uk
Tiranti

Super Sculpey

4D Model Shop
Craft Merrily
Crafty Arts
George Weil
Hobbycraft
London Graphic Centre
Tiranti

Super Sculpey Firm

Craft Cellar
Craft Merrily
Crafty Arts
George Weil
Hobbycraft

Uro

Animation Supplies
Chununga Tree
MBFibreglass
Special Plasters

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UNITED STATES

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EPOXY PUTTY

Andrea Sculp

The Michigan Toy Soldier Co.

Apoxie Sculpt
Aves Studio - also Apoxie Clay, Fixit, etc.
The Michigan Toy Soldier Co.

Brown Stuff - Kneadatite Brown/Neutral

The Michigan Toy Soldier Co.
Reaper Miniatures
Troll Forged Miniatures

Green Stuff - Kneadatite Blue/Yellow

Army Painter
Gale Force Nine
Games Workshop
The Michigan Toy Soldier Co.
Reaper Miniatures
Troll Forged Miniatures

Kneadatite A/B

The Michigan Toy Soldier Co.

Magic Sculp

The Compleat Sculptor
The Michigan Toy Soldier Co.

Milliput

Hobby Works
The Michigan Toy Soldier Co.

Procreate

Gale Force Nine
The Compleat Sculptor
The Michigan Toy Soldier Co.
Troll Forged Miniatures

Resolin A+B

The Michigan Toy Soldier Co.

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POLYMER CLAY

Cernit

Polymer Clay Express

FIMO - Classic and Soft

Polymer Clay Express
The Compleat Sculptor

FIMO - Puppen and Puppen Miniature

Polymer Clay Express
The Compleat Sculptor

Kato Polyclay

Polymer Clay Express

Premo! Sculpey

Polymer Clay Express
The Compleat Sculptor

Sculpey III

Polymer Clay Express
The Compleat Sculptor

Super Sculpey

Polymer Clay Express
The Compleat Sculptor
The Michigan Toy Soldier Co.

Super Sculpey Firm

Polymer Clay Express
The Compleat Sculptor

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GERMANY

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EPOXY PUTTY

Andrea Sculp

Berliner Zinnfiguren

Green Stuff - Kneadatite Blue/Yellow

Battlefield Berlin
Berliner Zinnfiguren
Games Workshop

Magic Sculp

Battlefield Berlin
Berliner Zinnfiguren

Milliput

Battlefield Berlin
Berliner Zinnfiguren

Procreate

Battlefield Berlin
Masquerade Miniatures

Procreate Stick Putty

Battlefield Berlin

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POLYMER CLAY

BeeSPutty

Battlefield Berlin
BeesputtyBeesputtyKato Polyclay[/b]

[url=http://www.polymerclay.de]Marwel Design]

Kato Polyclay

[url=http://www.polymerclay.de]Marwel Design


Pardo Professional Art Clay

Marwel Design

Premo! Sculpey

Marwel Design

Super Sculpey

Marwel Design

Super Sculpey Firm

Marwel Design

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SPAIN

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EPOXY PUTTY

Andrea Sculp

Andrea Miniatures

Brown Stuff - Kneadatite Brown/Neutral

E-minis

Green Stuff - Kneadatite Blue/Yellow

E-minis
Games Workshop

Magic Sculp

E-minis

Milliput

Andrea Miniatures

Procreate

E-minis

Sylmasta A+B

E-minis

Tamiya - Quick Type and Smooth Surface

E-minis

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EU

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Green Stuff - Kneadatite Blue/Yellow

Army Painter
« Last Edit: November 17, 2014, 10:23:55 PM GMT GMT by Vermis »

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Re: Sculpting Media Sources
« Reply #1 on: June 22, 2011, 09:04:34 PM BST GMT »
Please post suggestions for shops that stock suitable sculpting media, especially non-UK shops, if they're not already listed here.

Also, this list isn't checked regularly for stock or changes in circumstance. If any shops here have stopped stocking the particular product they're listed under, or have gone out of business, please let me know and I'll alter the list appropriately.
« Last Edit: October 07, 2014, 03:48:15 PM BST GMT by Vermis »

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Re: Sculpting Media Sources
« Reply #2 on: June 22, 2011, 10:10:37 PM BST GMT »
Jed does most of the epoxies for the UK

http://www.antenocitisworkshop.com/

Matti will probably know of some suppliers for the rest of the EU
Ed for the US.

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Re: Sculpting Media Sources
« Reply #3 on: June 22, 2011, 10:13:24 PM BST GMT »
germany
i tend to order putty from battlefield berlin - they stock green stuff, grey stuff, brown stuff, pro create + pc stick putty, various grades of milliput, magic sculp

there's an online shop that sells different brands of polymer clay (including sculpey), but i've never ordered anything from them, so no idea how good/ fast the service is
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Re: Sculpting Media Sources
« Reply #4 on: June 25, 2011, 03:12:36 PM BST GMT »
Ta guys.  Got 'em put up eventually.

there's an online shop that sells different brands of polymer clay (including sculpey)

But not fimo.  Unusual for a German polyclay shop?

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« Reply #5 on: June 25, 2011, 10:10:48 PM BST GMT »
i don't know, maybe they just don't stock fimo because it's fairly easy to get hold of or maybe they just don't like it?
on a sidenote: some of the molds look like they could be usefull for terrain/ scenery building
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Re: Sculpting Media Sources
« Reply #6 on: July 02, 2011, 06:35:07 PM BST GMT »
Added a few more links in various places.  And let's have a big hand for Spain, everyone. :D

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Re: Sculpting Media Sources
« Reply #7 on: July 04, 2011, 09:33:18 AM BST GMT »
http://www.londongraphics.co.uk/ Fimo, sculpy, Non-firing clays.
http://www.modelshop.co.uk/search,l.html?d=1&category=16&q=clay Lots of other goodies to be had here too (we'll go before next salute Warren 8-))

Edit: I'm sure they do milliput too.^^
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Re: Sculpting Media Sources
« Reply #8 on: July 05, 2011, 09:30:11 PM BST GMT »
Got 'em. :)

I thought of going to one or two art supply shops this year - I think one was the London Graphic Centre - but boggling at enormous dinosaurs took too much time.

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« Reply #9 on: July 06, 2011, 08:07:27 PM BST GMT »
There's lots of shiney at LGC but it's mostly only good for clayshapers (plus Orc's nest and Dover bookshop are around the corner).  8-)

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« Reply #10 on: September 20, 2011, 02:53:02 PM BST GMT »
Added Bradbury Graphics in the UK list for Fimo Soft and Fimo Puppen (doll).  For some reason they have the latter lumped into the list of Soft colours.
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Re: Sculpting Media Sources
« Reply #11 on: September 20, 2011, 11:17:55 PM BST GMT »
You might want to lump in George Weil Craft Supplies. It's got various FIMOs, lots of different Sculpey products (Studio, Super, PREMO, Living Doll, Ultra-lite)  and Kato polyclay too which is another with different sculpting properties.

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Re: Sculpting Media Sources
« Reply #12 on: September 21, 2011, 10:46:48 AM BST GMT »
Look again. ;)

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« Reply #13 on: September 21, 2011, 03:07:55 PM BST GMT »
Did I mention that I went to hobbycraft recently?
Anyway they sell clayshapers, various polyclays inc fimo/premo, wire, mini tools, sculpting tools etc.  8-)

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Re: Sculpting Media Sources
« Reply #14 on: March 05, 2014, 01:25:54 PM GMT GMT »
Took down the cold clay link. Looks like it wasn't selling. :S