You will need
- polymer clay Fimo;
- - Board for modeling;
- - the glass pan.
Select suitable material. Polymer clay firms Fimo (Fimo), perhaps one of the most well-known varieties of plastics. There are several types of Fimo. Is Fimo classic is pretty tough material, but after firing, it becomes strong and keeps great shape.
Another type is called Fimo soft. It is very soft and plastic, so it love to sculpt children. However, this clay is not suitable for creating small details.
Fimo Liquid Deko Gel – liquid plastic adhesive. It can be used to bond multiple layers. Liquid polymer clay can be mixed with oil paints and use it as a kind of enamel, covering the product in this lineup. It can also be mixed with various pigments.
Plastic bake the Fimo in the oven on a metal baking sheet or in glass pan. Fashioned product put in the already heated oven. Manufacturers of Fimo is recommended to bake the plastic at a temperature of 110 degrees, but the product will be much stronger if you do it at a temperature of 130-140 degrees.
When baking plastic can release toxic substances with an unpleasant odor. To avoid this, cover the glass container with a lid, but if you bake directly on a metal pan, you figure you can cover an ordinary glass jar.
Small shapes, such as beads, bake for 15 minutes. The bigger the thing, the longer it should bake. The average time for major figures to 30 minutes.
If you are doing complex figure, e.g. a doll, then pre-bake the fine details: eyes, lips, hair and so on. Then attach them to the head and bake again. Further head attach to the body and bake the entire figure completely.
Another way to create complex figures. Vilaite all the parts separately, coat them with Fimo Liquid Deko Gel (liquid polymer clay), combine and bake the figure again.