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Now in 28 colors. :)
wow Don. I can see such great future for this.Great package design too, did you do that yourself?.Have you sent some studios samples of your clay?
Maybe the (active) market for that just ain't here (though it should be). Does it have a Facebook page and is it ready for at least small bulk of orders?. Just asking because I think I knew some people who might like this product. And I would like to help spreading the word :)
That's cool. Thanks, Lemz.
It doesn't have a Facebook page, and I've never liked to come across as an aggressive marketer. I'm a person, first and foremost, who just happens to make clay, not a faceless company, and I don't mind emphasizing the handmade aspect of that. A person put all this together, not a machine.Orders can be placed on Animateclay's Stop Motion Store once it is set up. The initial run was 32 bricks of clay, and it will take me awhile to make the next run. Eventually, special orders will be possible, as well. Production tends to start and stop depending on how much money I have to work with. At the moment, I am out of money for ingredients, and waiting to see how the first run does before getting back to work.
Puppet Putty has officially been released! :)
The first customer has relented on his first impression. He said that the clay has improved since it first arrived (it takes about a week) and that it is now easier to work with.
buying my first brick this week. ;)
If you guys dont' buy all this clay, we're using it in our own films! (what a threat!) As it stands, Marc wants open all the packages, and I'm itching to do the same. It's hard to resist the urge some days.
I'm going to be out of town for a minute. Once I get back I plan on ordering some of this.
You guys are awesome! Please review it if you can. We love feedback!
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