The fact that self-hardening clay can take over a year to fully dry and set is a testament to its durability. It is also a perfect material for creating unique and colorful sculptures.
In the game, players can use a wand that’s attached to a small tool called a “trowel.” The purpose of this tool is to break clay into smaller pieces, but it also gives the user the ability to “sloppy” the clay up to 1,000 times. We can’t say for sure how long this process takes, but we assume that it’s at least six months.
The reason that it takes so long to set up and harden is because the clay is actually quite sensitive to heat and moisture. If your trowel is too close to the clay, it can cause it to become unstable. It also has a tendency to absorb moisture and become stiff. By the end of the hardening process, the clay is ready to be dropped in a vat of water.
This all sounds like the type of thing you’d do to yourself if you were really curious about it. However, because this is the type of thing you’d do to yourself, it takes a lot of time and effort to realize that you’re doing it to yourself. It would be kind of silly if you weren’t doing it to yourself.
The best way to learn how to harden clay is to have a friend who knows what they are doing. Ask your friend to roll some out for you then take a couple of seconds and try to roll it yourself. If you dont do it without help, then you will be hardening clay for yourself.
As with any type of hardening clay, you have to work on it daily, so if you start out with a nice thick clay, it will take you a few months before you feel it harden. The hardest part is the part where you know you need to work on it daily. If you want to harden clay, you have to get the clay wet and start pouring it out of a can.
One other thing to keep in mind is that you can only harden your clay for a limited amount of time. If you haven’t made any clay before, make sure you don’t work without a friend. I personally feel that if you’re trying to harden clay that you should do it with someone you trust. Otherwise, you may end up with something that is too hard and you’ll find yourself frustrated with the clay. Also, make sure you don’t work too hard on it.
You can also try pouring it onto the kitchen table, this will give it a nice, even surface. I know, not the most glamorous of options, but it will provide the best surface for the clay to absorb the liquid and dry.
This is the same advice that goes for hardening your clay, I know I’ve heard it before, but it’s always nice when I can take the advice and pass it on before its too late.