I love all of your sculptures. So fantastical and detailed. Such whimsy attached to them. Love the cheekiness of this guy, so much personality!
I've only ever used air-dry clays, so I'm mildly confused about oil clays. Do you keep pieces like this, or do you make moulds out of all of your pieces? Do they keep well? I ask because I prefer my sculptures to be permanent, but I've read that oil based clays are malleable even after finishing. I understand you can't fire them, but do they air dry over time?
Thank you Re the oil and wax based clays, sometimes I make molds of them, and sometimes they just sit there gathering dust. They tend to dry out a little (Chavant moreso than Monster clay), but you can still go back and work on them years later, sometimes decades later. All that happens is they just get a little more brittle, but that's more the Chavant NSP line more than the Chavant Le Beau Touche series or the Monster Clays.