Worbla offers an ever-evolving line of Thermoplastics with a variety of properties to meet every artist’s need.

Worbla’s Finest Art
The original formula, Worbla’s Finest Art (WFA) was the first of our products and is still a favorite. Incredibly easy to use with an activation temperature of 90°C, Worbla’s Finest Art becomes soft and pliable, allowing you to shape, form and mould the product by hand safely. The adhesive properties mean pieces can be joined without the need for glue, and scraps can be blended for zero waste. Non-Toxic and Skin-Safe, Worbla’s Finest Art can be used in classrooms, apartments, workshops and beyond without needing uncomfortable safety gear or complicated venting systems.
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Worbla’s Black Art
The younger brother of Worbla’s Finest Art, Worbla’s Black Art (WBA) has many of the same properties as Finest Art – 90°C activation, functionality, Non-Toxic and Skin-Safe – in a black color. Worbla’s Black Art has a longer working time and a smoother finished surface, compared to Finest Art, and can take and create incredibly small detail. It has slightly less adhesive working time than Finest Art, so joining pieces requires both sides to be close to the 90°C for the best adhesion. The smoother surface allows for easier priming when a flat smooth painting surface is required.
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Worbla’s Mesh Art
A new product to the Worbla Line, Worbla’s Mesh Art (WMA) again takes the same standard that Finest Art offers: 90°C activation, functionality, Non-Toxic and Skin-Safe – and reinforces the product with a plastic mesh, giving it a fantastic strength that is excellent both for freestanding projects as well as items that will see a great deal of handling or tension, including props, grommeted or laced costumes or apparel, as well as base structure to then add other Worbla Products to.
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Worbla’s TranspArt (Transpa Art)
When standard Acrylic isn’t viable, Worbla’s TranspArt (WTA) is a clear thermoplastic that offers amazing flexibility and resilience that is solvent-stable, as well as Non-Toxic and Skin-Safe. TranspArt can be vacuformed, both on an actual machine/table as well as by hand with simple tools, can be tinted and dyed, and is incredibly difficult to tear, dent or rip. TranspArt does require a higher activation temperature of 120°C (above boiling) and has a higher learning curve than our other products and we suggest checking out our tutorials and videos on TranspArt before first working with this plastic to avoid disappointment.
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Worbla’s FlameRed Art
The newest addition to the Worbla Line, Worbla’s FlameRed Art is specifically designed with theater productions in mind. It takes the same standard that Finest Art offers: 90°C activation, similar functionality, Non-Toxic and Skin-Safe, but is made with a flame resistant component built in, making it an excellent option for Theaters, Schools, and other locations where safety is of the utmost importance.
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Worbla’s DecoArt
A familiar sight for many who have been crafting, Worbla’s Deco Art is a polyester pellet plastic sold under a variety of names worldwide. Deco Art is used for sculpting, dental appliances, home repair and hundreds of other applications. Deco Art bonds very well with other Worbla Plastics and is often used for surface details and hiding seams. In North America, Friendly Plastic is used instead of Deco Art, as they are very similar in all properties but Friendly Plastic has a much more consumer-friendly price point.

Flexbond for Worbla
Priming Worbla is the standard process to create the smoothest surface before paint application, and one of the best products we tested over the years has been Rosco’s Flexbond. As a result we partnered with Flexbond to sell both their standard 1 gallon jugs, as well as smaller, consumer-friendly 16oz bottles. Flexbond is a scenic adhesive and coating that works both for plastics and foams, and is phenomenally resilient against damage.
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Books on Worbla
Kamui Cosplay has created a series of books covering both the introductions to Worbla for various projects and advanced techniques in painting, construction and lighting. If you’re looking for a guide that can be referenced in person or a cohesive grouping of tutorials, her books are a fantastic way resource.
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