Air Dry Clay & Polymer Clay: The Similarities And Differences Between Polymer Clay And Air-Dry Clay: No-Bake Clays (Paperback)
In our modern times, a variety of clay forms are available, each with its own unique features. Traditionally, making artwork or useful household objects out of clay requires firing in a kiln. However, there are other clay forms that are either water-based or oil-based and offer differing purposes. Some of these clays do not require special equipment or tools to complete an artistic vision or contribute to a project. If you're still curious, let's take a closer look at the similarities and differences between air-dry and polymer clay.
This book shows the similarities and differences between polymer clay and air-dry clay. Neither modeling compound is actually "BETTER" than the other. It's all a personal preference.