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So I've done some fimo work before, and worked in sculpy a bit, but have always oven fired the pieces when completed. I've heard of some using a blow drier for the same results, and given the mods it would be ideal.

What is the best way people have found to go about this? I prefer Fimo, but is sculpy the better option here? If I'm sculpting onto something hollow, does that affect the end result? Should I open and fill cavities before baking? How sanded do you make the surface before sculpting onto it?

Any and all suggestions are welcome.

Thanks in advance,

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I prefer Fimo as well - I modded a 'white' DiD headsculpt into a 'black' using Fimo to widen the nose and add a beard and stuff like that, and then I cooked the whole thing a minute in boiling water. Worked like a charm, but be careful so that any mods aren't chipped off during handling and painting afterwards.
 
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