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new sculptural material (warning -nudity)

Posted by Alex on 06 Nov 2015, 08:58

Hello colleagues .
I spent a test of Russia's new sculptural material "Modelayt Soft"
I made a simple model to test how smoothed the material, and how is able to reproduce fine details. The material has many positive properties.
If someone is to be interesting - I'll show you more information when compared to other sculptural materials (as I did a survey in Russian only)
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Posted by Paul on 06 Nov 2015, 09:16

Alex wrote:.
If someone is to be interesting - I'll show you more information when compared to other sculptural materials (as I did a survey in Russian only)

I´m interested..I just googled "Modelayt Soft" and only got adverts for toilet paper :shock: :lol:
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Posted by MABO on 06 Nov 2015, 10:06

I am interested if this figure will be available, to be honest... :oops:
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Posted by Kekso on 06 Nov 2015, 12:36

@Peter, you see I'm not always the first one ;)
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Posted by Konrad on 06 Nov 2015, 14:37

Paul wrote:I just googled "Modelayt Soft" and only got adverts for toilet paper :shock: :lol:

You really think he made this fig with toilet paper? :-D
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Posted by Paul on 06 Nov 2015, 17:45

Konrad wrote:You really think he made this fig with toilet paper? :-D

No, but Look what Comes if you Google Modelayt soft, no modelling clay, just adverts for toilet paper or toilet products :-)

213424 Product Model:AYT-008AProduct Categories:Toilet seat cover, easy to release and easy clean 3 antibacterial and hygience Soft Close Duroplast ...
http://style.china-homegarden.com/model ... page2.html

Product Model:AYT-001CTG(mirror platedProduct Categories ... Our Toilet Tissue are soft, strong
http://www.truereligionsale.com/
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Posted by Alex on 06 Nov 2015, 18:10

very bad thing to see, guys ... :affraid:
one is no longer interested in the a girl (except Jan), all have interests toilet paper ...
I now know how to revive the debate on the forum, here's a super photo:
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Mabo, when this figure will be made, I'll send you. The rest let him get on Santa's toilet paper! :tongue:
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Posted by MABO on 06 Nov 2015, 21:59

Alex wrote:Mabo, when this figure will be made, I'll send you. The rest let him get on Santa's toilet paper! :tongue:


:yeah: Deal!
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Posted by Emperor on 06 Nov 2015, 23:17

@Alex I am interested has that new sculpting material a different name in Russian and if so what is the name? Just asking some time some products have different name in the language of the land of origin and a different name in English or other language, for example PVA glue is here called Drvofix or Tutkalo... Also I ma interested where can be found in Russia so I can deploy some of my ,,agents in the field...''
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Posted by Sho on 07 Nov 2015, 00:27

I am interested about new material, how they compare with Tamiya Putty.
Where is the review in russian?
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Posted by Emperor on 07 Nov 2015, 00:34

I don't have much of sculptor experience or better to say I almost have no experience at all...I tried with green stuff to sculpt something, but I was no good at it...
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Posted by Alex on 07 Nov 2015, 13:02

Yes, this is where the review and comparison.(russian , sorry)
http://www.modelsculpt.org/threads/%D0% ... 211/page-2

If you respond quickly, this material is similar to the Magick Sculp, but more ductile. It combines the properties of several materials.
Shogun , Tamiya concerning the - it's a little different material is less dense than the Tamiya .A that for your needs - a sculpture of 6 and 15 mm - Tamiya more optimal material. But for my size and more - Modelayt more comfortable, I'm sure.
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Posted by Paul on 07 Nov 2015, 13:26

Where can you buy it Alex and how is it pricewise compared to the others?
As I wrote, I´ve googled Modelayt but got other things..
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Posted by Alex on 07 Nov 2015, 13:31

The company is located in St. Petersburg. I'll find out and let you know their address and the site later.
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Posted by Paul on 08 Nov 2015, 11:47

Alex wrote:The company is located in St. Petersburg. I'll find out and let you know their address and the site later.

I searched and searched, then changed my search pattern and found them :-D At the bottom of their page I recognised a model ;-)
http://xn--80ahdrido1b.xn--p1ai/

Made by a firm called Taksidermicheskie komplektuyuschie,* in St petersburg
and it´s branded as Modelight in english :-)
http://www.warhansa.com/index.php/katal ... putty.html
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*http://enter202.ru/companies/cmp330368
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Posted by Alex on 08 Nov 2015, 15:10

You're right, Paul! :yeah: :yeah: :yeah:
It is the manufacturer. Soon they will make a separate site ro sculptural material. And in the photo - previous versions of the product, not as good as a new version. The new version, which I really like - a slightly different color of both the material and the design on the packaging. And (required!) Label on the packaging of "Soft", which you so amused.
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Posted by T. Dürrschmidt on 08 Nov 2015, 23:05

As always my deepest respect for your sculpting talent. Simply great!
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Posted by Beano Boy on 08 Nov 2015, 23:37

Well i`m not a total showoff,
but give me that new stuff and Alex will see,
that he will never be as bad a sculptor as little old me. BB
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Posted by Ochoin on 09 Nov 2015, 03:21

What are the properties of the Modelayt: drying time etc?

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Posted by Alex on 09 Nov 2015, 10:59

Thanks you !
Here is their website.
http://modelight.net/
The only new modification of "soft" has not shown on the website.
Donald - I made a description and comparison, but I'm afraid that in the translation loss of important details
But I will try .
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