Here is a video gallery of the art cars made from Skratch.
We made a new video as a gallery of projects that show off some of the ways we have used Skratch. Hope you like it!
Jared recently posted an AMA ( Ask Me Anything ) in the IAMA section of Reddit. We had a lot of fun with it and here is the text from the thread. Some of these questions seem to come up a lot, so we wanted to post them here to keep the discussion easy to find. Continue reading “Q&A Session On Reddit ~ Here’s the discussion” »
This tutorial project is a simple flower on a frame, which can be hung on a wall. We took timelapse images during the production from preparation to the wet finished project to be able to show you a deeper look into how this project was created.
The volume of one pound of Skratch when wet is approximately 15.5 cubic inches. A one pound amount can make a cube roughly 2.5 inches on a side. Weighs almost an ounce per cubic inch when wet. As it drys, the weight will drop by about 20% but the volume will remain the about same without noticeable shrinking.
Skratch has a lot of similarities to other sculpting mediums yet it also is very unique in some areas. Getting used to using this new medium will take some experimentation. You can experiment with Skratch a long time without worry about it setting up, and when you are done just seal it back up and it will stay workable and ready to use again.
In this picture you can see what a 5 pound amount of Skratch looks like. This is the smallest weight package that we offer, and it is a great amount to introduce yourself to Skratch and get a feel for how the medium will work.
One of the easiest interior effects you can accomplish with Skratch is simulated rock. Stone work style projects can go from simple low-profile rock textures to enhance a boring surface all the way to massive sculpted effects with a monolithic stonework feel.