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PostSubject: Modeling Paste problem   Mon Mar 14, 2011 3:57 am


I have been trying to use modeling paste for cream, and when I first pipe it it looks amazing, but after about 5 or 10 minutes it sort of melts and loses it's shape. How can I make it firmer? Also, I live in France and we don't have a lot of the brands I have seen recommended (or at least I can't find them). I am using a brand called Pébéo. Help pleeeease !!
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PostSubject: Re: Modeling Paste problem   Mon Mar 14, 2011 3:36 pm

I've been using modelling paste for some time now and i havent had problems with it, but I know that different brands vary with consistency, texture and even colour. I dont know the brand you're using Crying or Very sad If i were you I would try adding some kind of thickening medium (for painters) or just searched for other brand. I've tried four brands before I found my favourite one. And i'm sure you could find some more modelling pastes on Internet. it could be easier for you as you live in EU and most of the European countries will post cheaply to France.

I hope it helped!

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