sKratch ~ Architectural Sculpting Medium
Make it from Scratch!
The philosophical understanding of creating
“from the world around us.”
Architectural Sculpting Medium
Conceived through biomimicry,
the entomological study of wasps
for the development of earth based composites
& sculpting mediums. sKratch works through
mechanical adhesion to bond to most surfaces.
Nano sized minerals, crystals, and fiber find the
imperfections in the surface of the area being
worked. The consistency of sKratch would be like
A type of “Eco – Dough!” Softer sKratch has less
Fiber, and is great as it bonds nicely to objects
& surfaces.. Use it with loose knit burlap to
make your own composites from sKratch!
Any shape or form can be created with this
new earth based innovation in architecture.
With sKratch being a load bearing medium, there
is no limit on the incredible and amazing ways
that sKratch can adapt “to the world around us.”
Skratch is an air-drying scultping medium that can create load bearing structures, sculptures, 3d ornamentation, seamless moldings and fabrication for the construction of earth-based architecture.
Works with and bonds to most surfaces, and when set is hard as a rock.
Skratch has adaptability, made from plant fiber and quarried minerals.
Expands and contracts with the seasons and can be easily sealed for exterior use on cars, buildings, statues and installations.
- Skratch can be applied to almost any surface
- No expiration date, as long as it’s kept air tight.
- When dry, Skratch is something in between a rock and hard wood .
- Dries thru evaporation, based on humidity and depth of sculpting
- Loses approximately 20% of it’s weight when dry.
- Does not shrink or crack.
- Ample sculpting time, use a spray bottle of water to keep area moist.
- You can push it, squeeze it, sculpt it, mold it, and form it any way you like.
- Skratch is fire retardant, will not burn, rot or mold.
- When dry you can carve it, sand it, screw into it, and sculpt back on to it.
Skratch is the perfect balance of plant fiber & earth based minerals; an architectural eco-dough.