Worbla Sheet Instructions

Worbla’s sheet form plastics (Currently Finest Art, TranspArt, Black Art, Mesh Art, FlameRed Art) do not have hard ‘instructions’ the way Worbla’s pellet plastics do, but this page will hopefully give you an understanding of the basic process of how to work with Worbla’s sheet plastics to achieve a variety of effects and results. Working…

Deco Art and Crystal Art Instructions

Working with Worbla’s Crystal Art You will need: Crystal Art parchment paper or a silicone cooking mat a container to heat your Crystal Art in water heat resistant gloves (with nitrile or latex gloves overtop) a heat source molds (optional) sculpting tools (optional)   You can heat your Crystal Art in a number of ways:…

Worbla’s Deco Art

Now available in North America, Worbla’s Deco Art is the Worbla branded option for moldable plastic pellets. Heat these pellets to 65°C (150°F) with a heat gun, oven, or hot water to create a plastic putty with a low thermal transfer that you can shape by hand, push into molds, and sculpt with tools! It’s…

Worbla’s Crystal Art

Worbla’s Crystal Art is the newest product to the Worbla lineup, offering a moldable, sculptable translucent plastic that can be used for gems, water effects, light diffusing and so much more! What is it for: Crystal Art offers an alternative for those who can’t resin cast due to time, space, or health. It also allows…

Find us on Twitch

Want a way of seeing Worbla used live in real time? Cosplaysupplies and Worbla.com partnered with Amanda of Elemental Photography and Design to livestream on Twitch every week, using Worbla products and answering questions. What is Twitch.tv? Twitch is a website that hosts live video broadcast from all sorts of content creators – it’s primarily…

Worbla for your BJD

If you own a Ball Joint Doll, you know that making small props and costume accessories can be tricky – clay can shrink when baked, or be brittle when handled. Worbla lets you make both props and accessories easily, without worrying about the traditional limits of other materials – and the best part is? You…