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Well I don't have a dental tool but I have something like these
but probably crappier. Since I don't know squat about modeling, would you say these are good or should I try to find a dental tool?
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That tool is the most valueable of all when you work with normal clay.
I recently sculpted for the first time since gradschool and it was great, it's almost scary to see how easy it is to sculpt with many years of modeling faces in 3D Max.
I would buy some cheap hobbyshop clay (I assume around $10 for 10 kilo) and just start making stuff. I really want to try out sculpy, but I'll first get to know the medium for next to nothing, working on larger sculptures before spending money on expensive clay.
Cool stuff maulor, extremely tiny too. [img]/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]