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Products

A selection of tools and materials Juliana LePine uses when creating her sculptures.
Some links are to the Apollo store, and others are to Amazon, each handling their own shipping.
Juliana only uses PV Clay, and it is her reccomendation. If their shipping doesn't reach you, there are a few options below.

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Sculpting Essentials

Tools

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Glasses

Beileshi Magnifiers

These are great glasses because they are light and don't hurt your forehead. They also come with different lenses to adapt to various situations.

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Dental Tools

4 Piece Steel

Knurled handles and good grip, these are steel picks ideal to use for dental work - they are affordable and get the job done.

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Scraper Tools

6 Piece Steel

Knurled handles, six pieces, and a good price. They are small compared to other tools, but this quality helps when working in fine detail.

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Hair

Set of 12 Colours

There are many options for doll hair. We suggest synthetic vegan hair. Mohair is always frizzy and too curly for certain projects.

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Genesis Paint

Bountiful Baby

Genesis paint is used on every Juliana LePine scultpure. It can be expensive, but they last forever, and the realistic result genesis gives is worth it.

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Smoothing Needles

Dual Point 6 Inch Steel

Great tools that you will reach for more often than you'd expect. You can roll over the clay to smooth it out, as well as use the tip to carve details.

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Sculpting Base

12" Figure Armature

It is essential to have a base that holds your sculpture properly. Polymer clay gets softer before hardening, and can be damaged when baking.

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Caliper

Digital Vernier

Calipers are essential for sculpting likeness. Measure everything you can on a face to ensure it is as similar as possible to the real thing.

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PV Clay (sculpture)

Polymer Clay

Juliana LePine sculptures are made with polymer clay. Specifically, PV Clay. PV Clay is a brazilian brand, and is becomes very resistant when baked.

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PV Clay (decor)

Polymer Clay

Juliana LePine sculptures are made with polymer clay. Specifically, PV Clay. PV Clay is a brazilian brand, and is becomes very resistant when baked.

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Cernit Clay

Polymer Clay (almond)

If PV Clay shipping is too steep, try Cernit. Many artists swear by it, it is very strong once baked and fairly flexible when sculpting.

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Cernit Clay

Polymer Clay (nougat)

A different colour of Cernit Clay. Porcelain-like finish, and mixes well with other colours of clay to achieve various skin shades.

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Sculpey Clay

'Living Doll' Clay

Juliana LePine used Sculpey Living Doll before discovering PV Clay, soft to work with, but very fragile after baked. Lacks darker skin colors.

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Skeleton (realistic)

Apollo

As a teacher, Juliana noticed students struggling to maintain body proportions, so she sculpted skeletons to assist in this. Apollo reproduces them now, and they come in the sizes Juliana uses.

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Skeleton (caricature)

Apollo

Similar to the realistic skeleton, the caricature skeleton helps sculptors maintain the ideal proportions throughout the creative process.

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Realistic Eyes

Apollo

Juliana created these eyes and continues to use their recreations from the Apollo Store - they help bring scultpures to life.