Sculpting Medium - Pal Tiya Premium Guide
We like to think we are a helpful bunch here at Pal Tiya International. Many of our customer's were asking for something simple to use as a quick reference guide when thinking about their next Pal Tiya Premium Sculpture.
We listened and we came up with this one pager to help when you are considering your next sculpture.
Our Sculpting Medium can be useful in many many ways and hopefully this will help you plan effectively with Pal Tiya Premium outdoor sculpting medium.
Click on the picture below and it will pop open in another window and you can download it as a PDF. You can print it, keep in handy on your smartphone or tablet and have a browse when you get inspired for your latest sculpting masterpiece!!
The Pal Tiya Crew
9/16/2019 10:00:51 am
Thanks so very much for sending this one page wonderful written instruction I can post and keep in my studio.
9/16/2019 10:16:46 am
Craig R Schindler
9/16/2019 12:03:21 pm
Thank you for this helpful PDF. This helps alot.
9/17/2019 04:27:43 am
You are more than welcome!
Sally J LeBlanc
9/16/2019 05:28:32 pm
Thank you so much for this information. I love to work large and I tend to push it to the limit meaning, I jump in using what I think is rational insight, willing to see what happens. I am now ready to 'PalTiya" my second large sculpture. My form is much better and I have been more careful to leave enough room for the Pal Tiya, let's hope.
9/17/2019 04:28:40 am
We can't wait to see progress pics Sally. We're glad you'll find it useful.
9/26/2019 10:57:48 am
This one page guide is nice to see. I was beginning to think that you never had an armature inside any of your sculptures and was having a little trouble with mine. I had a man bending over with his hands on his knees, but the aluminum foil wasn't quite strong enough at the ankles to keep him standing. Now I see that I do have options. One question though, with steel inside, how do you avoid rust?
11/20/2019 09:40:36 am
Apologies Danny, we didn't see this post until now...oops.
11/30/2019 01:56:18 pm
As I was reading from someone on your website, there is a way to get a very bronze look. I use it on my small figures and everyone thinks the whole statue is bronze. The paint is a metal coating but can be used on pretty much anything that will hold paint. It contains bronze in the paint and even lets you use a patina. It is manufactured by a company called Sculpt Nouveau. They have several videos on YouTube. I have used it on two PalTiya sculptures. One will definitely be outdoor but the longevity is uncertain at this time. My indoor sculptures are years old.
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Creators of Pal Tiya Premium: Add water. Knead like dough. Sculpt. Place in your garden. Cures permanently stone hard. No firing. No Molds. No Kidding.