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Testimonial received June 16th, 2010
Dragon Cannon
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Greetings! - This is a dragon cannon (called "Fire Drake") that I made for the LARP weapons contest at Wyrd Con 2010 (the preeminent LARP convention in Southern California) where it won first place for weapons design. I made the cannon from ABS pipe, body putty, and various wood, and metal parts. Each scale and detail was hand carved by me using Amazing Sculpt, a kind of epoxy clay.

Lianna Lawrence, Southern California

Testimonial received March 26th, 2010

I just wanted to let you know that I am extremely impressed and pleased with your Amazing Sculpt product! I prefer the natural color but I also love the white! Both are beautifully smooth, soft and easily mixed. They both have a wonderful fine grain (almost non existent) for the fine tiny details I love to add to my sculptures. I also find Amazing Sculpt superior for filling those dreaded pin holes, seam lines, and divots during the prepping phase.

I have Carpal tunnel and Cubital Tunnel Syndrome in both hands and arms, and for me, Amazing Sculpt is so easy to get out of the container and mix together...much, much easier than Apoxie Sculpt!

The smoothing capability is flawless compared to other similar clays of it's kind, and the amount of detail Amazing Sculpt will hold is excellent...and No Shrinkage to boot! I do suggest that a person new to Amazing Sculpt play with it and experiment with different temperatures to adjust the firmness needed for certain application. Cool it down or heat it a little to adjust the firmness and also, make sure to mix it up and then let it sit for five or ten minutes before you begin working with it.

Thank you for creating an exceptional sculpting medium, and sharing with the rest of us!

Lora Ward-Speiser, Illinois

Testimonial received March 17th, 2010
Cinnamon Girl
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I have been using Epoxy compounds for several years now, and I have been customizing many Breyer and Artist resin horses. When I first tried Amazing Sculpt, I was first struck by how light it is. After the initial "break in" period of getting used to it; as it is like nothing else out there, I began to understand how incredible it is. Not only is it easy to mold and sculpt, but the true beauty comes after it dries. Amazing Sculpt is easy to sand and smooth, more so then anything else that I have ever used. It is so easy! It is amazing that something so strong can be so easy to shape. I am so pleased with it, and think that it may even revolutionize the way the model horse hobby customizes. Thiner manes, finer details, and way more user friendly. I am so pleased, that it makes me wonder how I used anything else. It seems truly suited for the model horse customizer.

Mindy Berg, Vermont www.SpruceMtnStudio.com

Testimonial received March 9th, 2010
Vicki Keeling's Amazing Sculpt of Reba Neal
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I've sculpted with Apoxie Sculpt for years and until just recently thought that was the best thing I could use to sculpt with for my originals that I would later cast in resin. I now know there is something better. It is called "Amazing Sculpt" and it is called that for a reason. It is simply amazing to work with! I love the detail I can get using it. I also like the fact that it sands smoother than Apoxie Sculpt. And since it costs less than Apoxie Sculpt, I get more for my dollars! In this present economy, that is a great thing! From now on I will be using only "Amazing Sculpt" to make all my originals and do finishing work on cast resins.

Vicki Keeling, Washington www.HallelujahBronze.com

Testimonial received February 16th, 2010
CM PAM
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I have customized three horses with the grey and the white epoxy. My favourite is the grey epoxy. That is better to be smooth with a wet brush and it is finer than the white. Here some photos of the customized horses. I hope I have some more time in the next weeks than I want to customize some more horses and than I will let you know about that sculpting.

Gudrun Schmidt, Germany

Testimonial received February 10th, 2010
...so far your new clay works very very well for me .I tried how it works for prepping and sanding and a little modelling and am very happy with it .I`d like to order more as soon as possible. I used the safety solvent from apoxie as I couldn`t get the liquid you proposed ,but it works well. I`m already really looking forward to try the clay for resculpting manes and tails , so let me know when and for what conditions it will become available.

Brigitte Eberl, Germany www.atelier-boetzel-eberl.de