Kizzy 5 No kneading & mixing required.Which is very good for my disability.Much easier to use than the standard LaDoll clay.I made a Childling doll.A baby Gelfling.I put a thick layer of Premier around a polysterene ball, and used some auld doll eyes I got wi' a doll order years ago. I felt my creativity could flow better, due to the softness of the clay. It saved a lot of time & energy, due to it not requiring kneading. It was easy te use directly from the packet.And, when used in a thick layer, is quite strong.The wee Childling I made, had a 40cm drop from a box he was resting on. Yet, he was in one piece. He never broke, not even an ear, and no chips either.It's a very good clay.I hope to get more, so I can sculpt him a sister. I might sculpt a few more dolls eventually, so I have a nice wee variety from each Gelfling clan. My own private collection, of course xD so I can cuddle them all.I'm very happy with the LaDoll Premier Clay.
rehpej 5 I usually use caps for my controllers to protect them.I do have some generic caps that I tried but this one fits perfectly on the way I use my controller.It is firmly attach to the analog stick, it has a nice touch, and the height is perfect.