Introduction to Pal Tiya Sculpture material
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About the Course
Pal Tiya Premium, is a sculpting material that has the “working feel” close to that of a fine clay. It cures to stone-hardness without firing, is very strong, and is designed for extreme outdoor conditions. Due to its strength when dry, the material only needs a basic armature to sculpt over, even at large (seven foot tall) scale.
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Learn how to sculpt the core in tin foil and other materials before applying the product. As our clay doesn't shrink during the curing process, there is scope to use it over items such as glass jars etc that just isn't possible with normal clay.
Come to a day workshop to learn the techniques and explore the possibilities with this exciting new product, which is now in the USA, Australia, New Zealand and now here!
The product is simple and fun to use and you can take your piece home that same day! It will last outdoors in all-weather as it has passed freeze/thaw testing and is incredibly strong!
Class includes tutoring and all materials required.
The beauty of Pal Tiya Premium is that what you make on the day can be taken home that same day as no kilns are necessary.
A fantastic day spent learning a new skill. The teachers made it fun from the start . Finished the day with a very cute fairy door and a decorative toadstool that now has its home in the garden. Would recommend this course to everyone, no artistic ability necessary, just enthusiasm. Thank you Bob and Joe.
Helen Tallentire - - #13079
Just spent an amazing day with Bob and Joe Stafford using Pal Tiya to make a fairy door and toadstool house. Very relaxed, friendly atmosphere, excellent tuition and an unusual new medium to work with. Very inspiring!! I would recommend these workshops to anyone with an artistic bent. Thoroughly enjoyable and a chance to learn a new comparatively straightforward skill with an exciting new medium. Many thanks Bob and Joe.
Rowena Hewitt - - #12897
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