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sunflowerlove
« on: July 31, 2016 10:40:15 AM »

Hi!
I have a doll with a face made out of polymer clay, and a Ken doll type body. I had him custom made a few years ago from this lady on the internet who makes custom dolls.  Last night, I found the tip of his nose broken off; it's unknown to me as to how or when it happened...

Anyhow, I used the same kind of clay and sculpted a new tip for the nose. I can't bake the clay in the oven because I cannot put the whole doll in there. His head seems to be permanently glued onto the body with epoxy or something so, I can't remove the head. Is there any way to harder just this nose tip, without hurting the rest of the face? Will polymer clay ever air dry? Should I maybe remove the tip and make a new one with an air dry clay?
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