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Old 02-01-2012, 09:59 AM
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Question about Plaster

So I stumbled upon this video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sov_Y...ure=plpp_video


I am interested to try out this technique because I have like a bajillion ideas for it. XD. I did a few searches but I am not coming up with the best results. I am trying to determine what type of product he means when he says "plaster." There are different types of plaster, from ceramic to joint compound, etc... I would think somehting like joint compound or spackle would crack if applied too thickly-- just from my own experience with it in fixing up my house.

Anyone have any thoughts on what type of plaster he might be talking about? I know you can do this with sculpting paste mediums but I'd rather purchase something in bulk at a home improvement store.

Thanks!
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