Home Gallery FAQ's Testimonials
I just wanted to
say thanks for your great product! It has made my life so much easier in so many ways. I have enclosed a link to my web site so
you can see the type of work I do which involves transforming fashion dolls into creations of fantasy. I now use Magic Sculpt to
change the features of faces, add large pointed fairy ears, connect a doll to the body of a horse to make centaurs, and for
modeling various accessories and embellishing doll stands. I use to have quite a few different products on hand for these
endeavors, but now only need the one, and it works better than all the others put together!
The last time I order "Magic Sculp" was Feb. 2000.It is a great product. After having used it these past two yeas I always overwhelmed at it's possibilities. It brings out the creativeness and not the fear. Thanks, Skip Booth Skip"s All BassWood marionettes
Thank you Chuck ! I will take your advise and drill some small pilot holes into the cured polymer clay. I am very excited to use MS. MS will enable me to broaden my sculptures that until MS I was so limited when it came to my imagination. Now I can start doing the "bizzare" sculpts that have been swimming around in this head of mine ! :)Thanks again ! Jean
Magic sculpt....I LOVE IT. It is without a doubt the best thing I
used. Easy, clean and fast drying. I'm one of those enthusiastic modelers
that can't wait to build the next model and Magic Sculpt helped me a lot.
Thanks for coming up with such great product. Edison
I was amazed to find your product easy to manipulate, wonderfully easy to smooth with water and able to air dry.
Your Magic Sculpt is a great new product for me. I am a ceramic restorer and I use Magic Sculpt as a filler. It has sped up my working time by having a wonderful elastic quality which is easy to smooth and feather. I am telling my other restoration friends about it.Thanks, Suzanna
I Just wanted to let you know that, after ordering a 4 oz set of Magic Sculp two months ago, I finally got around to trying this stuff out. Admittedly, I was somewhat hesitant at first. But now that I've tried it, I'll never go back to Sculpey, Kneadatite, or any of the myriad of sculpting materials on the market. Magic Sculp is without a doubt the Best material I've ever used and has actually given me the incentive to do more customizing. It's that fun to work with. And now that I realize that, I just ordered a 5lb kit, the first of many I'm sure. Alan Montanelli
been a special effects artist for over 15 years and I have never been more pleasantly surprised by a product. The box art makes it
look like something a child could use yet it is the most professional, time-saving kick ass sculpting product I have ever used. It
incorporates all the great aspects of Super Sculpey withe the ease and assurance of a room temperature cure. I have attached a few
photos of it in use in the
form of 12" Zombie Action Figures. Thank you so much for this product!
Sincerely, Rob Benevides
I finally had a chance to try out your product and I must say this is the best sculpting material I have yet to come across. It is so much easier to work with than Kneadatite, Milliput, Mod'lers Mastic, and many others I've tried. Thanks for making such a great product! Todd
I This is my second order. I was so impressed with the first order that I didn't want to run out. I am replacing my Sculpey with Magic Sculp full time. I have finished a couple of pieces with it and am experimenting with molds. Although I read the help page, I still need to find a good release agent for the Magic Sculp. Anyway the stuff is wonderful and I am singing its praises to all my associates. I feel like I can make anything with Magic Sculp. Thanks Bob Gilly
I received it. It's amazing stuff. I love it. Thanks Kenzie LaMar
have used Magic Sculp often! I first used it at The Florida Museum Of Natural History, where I worked as an exhibit
sculptor. We designed and created a permanent exhibit called NORTHWEST FLORIDA: WATERWAYS AND WILDLIFE. Magic sculpt
was used in the building of the walk through cave and on several other portions of the exhibit. I then started using Magic
sculp in my personal art---incorporating it into mixed media copper sculptures. Recently my work won a best of show at a
Williamsburg VA art show.
I am preparing a sculpture class, where I will be teaching artists my technique. The 100 pound order will be divided among my students, and will leave me enough for other projects.
Your product is fantastic! Sincerely, Karen
I Hope your business is going well, because I need to have access to this stuff for the rest of my life! Still have a ways to go on my 5 lb buckets, but your product has never failed to impress me.Thanks,-Raj
I used my Magic Sculp to simulate a concrete block wall for a diorama I was building. I tried several other products first, and none worked. The Magic Sculp did the job beautifully. It's easy to mix and easy to work with. I am also amazed by the strength of the product once it has cured. I purchased the Magic Sculp with the intentions of using it for modeling projects, but I have already used it to mend a broken flower pot, and a porcelain figurine of my Grandmother's. This is the greatest product of its kind that I have ever worked with. My only complaint is that I didn't discover it sooner. I would recommend it to everyone. Sincerely, Colby M Blair
I love your product! I think it's a good material for durability! In and out of doors!
a small amount and loved it. I highly
recommend the material to all of my sculpting friends. JDCe
is a great product…easy to work with and mix. I am primarily a resin kit builder
and the product has already made my life a great deal easier in putting these kits together.
If I remember correctly I found out about your product from figurekits.com.
again for a great product.
Almost every puppeteer I know, including my husband, uses Magic
Sculp. For puppets and sets, and for classes teaching people sculpting and puppet building. It's terrific stuff, and I've heard so
many puppet people talking about it, that when I found you had a web site, I just had to add it to my puppetry site. I'm a
computer programmer with a love for puppetry (and I married a puppeteer), so I'm not an artist myself, but like I said, I know so
many people in the puppetry business who use the product.
Rose Sage Barone
I'm also going to specifically name Magic Sculp as my medium of choice on the Figures page and put in a link to your site. I use plumbers putty for bulk work and Magic Sculp for the things that matter; ie: faces, detailing, arms and hands, etc. thanks, Alfred.
I work in the exhibits department of a
Natural History Museum. We use your product for
countless purposes always with great result, Mary Ball, California Academy of Science, San Francisco, CA.
We use Magic sculpt all the time in our studio- it's great!
We build up MS "skin" over urethane foam sculptures to get the finish surface and detail.
We use magic sculpt to add strength to armatures for clay work. It makes very strong joints. For small sculpts we sometimes make armatures out of MS and nothing else. Chavant and similar clays stick well to MS.Often we have to add a logo to a sculpt or make very mechanical shapes. We cut the parts negative (using a CNC mill) in machinist blue wax to create molds. Then we press MS into the mold to make perfect parts! The trick is to mix up some MS and wait until it has set up so that it is still pliable but not tacky. Press the MS into the mold and pop it out. It reproduces even the tiniest detail perfectly. The great thing about MS is that when the part comes out of the mold it's still pliable for awhile. This allows us to wrap a logo onto a shape (example: a Harley Davidson logo onto the jacket of a biker figurine) or "ding up" mechanical parts to make them look battle scarred.Thanks for a great product, Sincerely, Robert Tolone Tolone Studios
Thank You for the best product in the World.....Ken
A friend of mine told me about a 2-part putty that he had used to good effect with converting action figures. I told him about the problems with Kneadtite (green stuff) and how it was so sticky and generally un-useable that I had never tried converting my models much. He told me about your product, although he couldn't remember the name! He let me use a bit of his supply, and it worked like a dream! I sculpted some simple details very quickly, and I wanted to do some more complicated work, so I decided I need a bigger supply - hence my order.
Keep up the great work, and I look forward to recieving my Magic Sculp in the mail! Tim W.
This stuff is great!! I've been sculpting characters for over twenty-five years and have more fun with this than my cernit or sculpy!! My husband Pete and I plan on doing dragoncon in Georgia this year and now I can create all the wizards and dragons I want to go along with the tiny fairys in our fairy world. I will continue to use the cernit for the art doll world, but just had to write and let you know how happy I am with this. As I write my husband is ordering more!! Thank you gain! MAGIC! Linda Kertzman
I Both my wife and I have used the product before and loved it. My wife has done commercial masters for several years and started with A&B then switched to Atlas with her own mixture of Duro added to it. We first learned of Magic Sculpt through Modeler's Resource about a year ago and purchased some online. Myself just being a modeler started off using it and told the wife that it was so easy to use even I could sculpt a bit. When she gave it a try on a project, I lost my package of Magic Sculpt! Thanks for a great product and we look forward to doing a steady business in the future. Rick
I'm very happy with magic sculp and try to promote it ever chance I get. I keep telling people that it's better to work with than Milliput or Kneadnite so hopefully some of them are listening. Tung
We ordered some last spring and just got around to using it recently for a full body sculpt and we LOVE IT! We've also used it for making accessories such as 'bear claws' to be used as adornments on our 'ANCIENT ONES' Thank you for a great product! Marge and Bud Bielefeld
I was talking to my partner and realized that the wonderful material I have been using to join limbs together on the pieces I am presently doing is.....Magic Sculp.....she always called it stone clay so I had not really put two and two together. Anyway I have had great success using it for joining limbs and for fine detail work such as hair etc on pieces. Abigail Dowling
I am a restorer of antique china and was told about this product by another restorer who says that it's wonderful. I'm looking forward to trying it. Monique Kelley
I RECEIVED THE ORDER FOR THE MAGIC SCULP AND IT IS EXACTLY WHAT I WAS LOOKING FOR--RE WAYNE C. JOHNSON
Hey hey over there...Decided to write your way for two main reasons... First, Magic Sculp is just bloody brilliant... For the few modeling projects I've used the 'goop' as it has grown to be known amongst my people... I have to say that its simply the best product I've ever used... and I know that I still have yet to realize all the fashions and forms on how to make full use of it as well... Then the other reason for this mail... This thing I noticed one night when using the Magic Sculp to smooth the gap between two white metal parts of the model... without my noticing it, the superglue used for the joining process was still slightly wet and I realized that Magic Sculp was reacting to contact with superglue by hardening Immediately at touch... which proceeded to create all sorts of tiny lil' problems to clean the gap again... But why am writing to tell you about that little event was to just ask if you are aware of Magic Sculpts rapid hardening when introduced with superglue and also if you might want to test it yourself and possibly add a small mention about that quality to these pages....Since I am certain that someone might want to test superglue for hardening parts of applied Magic Sculpt in mid-work...Still love the 'goop'... So thumbs up people... I'll be one permanent customer for sure...Henri Härkönen
PS: Ohhhh, and the superglue was 3M's Scotch un-flowing superglue...
You have a great
product that does what you say it will and then some. A link from your site would greatly be appreciated! Marge
and Bud Bielefeld,
A year or so ago, I spoke with you on the phone and you convinced me to try your Magic Sculp product. NEVER have I been as happy with a product. It is THE perfect medium for sculpture. Well, it's taken a while for me to convince my wife, a trained and classic-minded sculptress (clay, clay, clay) that she should try it, so my five pound supply will be running out soon, as she is starting to understand what I've been raving about all this time. Many thanks again for your time and PRODUCT! Daniel Huff
I made a miniature pair of deer antlers for one of my native american shaman sculptures out of Magic Sculpt. People are amazed at how realistic and strong it is. Thanks for producing a great product. April
bought some of your product in January. I've been using it quite a bit since
then! I've put up a web page to sell the sculpture I made using Magic Sculp. I'm
going to recommend your product to others who visit the site. Sprenkle,
I'm sending along photos of a model of a Tyrannosaurus skeleton I sculpted for the Field Museum of Natural History, in Chicago. I work in the Exhibits department there, where Magic sculp has been a staple material for some time. I'd never used it before working at the museum, but I knew it would be perfect for this model. I was asked to create a model of Sue, the new T-rex. This model was created before the skeleton was assembled, and served as a visual aid for the museum's developers and designers in planning the new exhibit. I used a steel and aluminum armature, and the rest is mostly Magic sculp, which I painted to match the color of the actual fossil. 1/24th scale was used. Thanks for such a strong, handy product! Tyler Keillor
I love your product! I think it's a good material for durability! In and out of doors. ( ? )
I used it on my first small project last weekend. I sculpted a foot for a robot model and it worked great. Although I haven't been sculpting for a long time but I have used many different types of materials. Super Sculpy is too soft and stay soft till baked, and have problem holding sharp edges like on swords, not to mention breakage. Milliputt is too tough and hard to mix properly. The "Green stuff" that is popular for miniature making never really harden, stay rubbery which can't be machined and hard to cut cleanly, and also have problem holding edges. Magic Sculp has the best properties of all of the 3 mentioned. Soft to start with (Super Sculpy). The gradual hardening property allows me to add details progressively, after 1 hour it has a feel like the "Green stuff". And the extra hard finish allows me to use power tools / files ( Milliputt ) I still got a lot to learn on sculpting but I'm glad to know I've started with the right material. Kelvin Ng
This is Troy Pearson, I emailed you about a month ago about your product, which I order, and to my surprise, Magic Sculp is great. You stated it is easier that anything else and you are correct. I'm really impressed with Magic Sculp. Works on anything, wood, metal, vinyl, and resin, best part is shaping and forming it with any material, it seems to blend with the material. You asked to drop you a line and let you know what I thought of Magic Sculp, and again it is the best stuff I've used, it is now part of my materials for all my hobby projects. Thank You, Troy Pearson
Home Gallery FAQ's Links Testimonials Contact WESCO