Plastimake Example Projects
Plastimake is ideal for DIY projects, repairs, models, costumes, crafts, sculptures and prototypes.
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Mia used Plastimake to create this intimidating set of talons.
Jenny made a little Plastimake cat. Remember, Plastimake works well with most paints and marker pens so you can easily add colourful details to your models once they have cooled.
Alana used Plastimake to create the wing membranes and other details for this amazing dragon sculpture.
Lorralei used Plastimake to create this spectacular bone crown.
Check out this impressive work-in-progress pic of a skeleton marionette made out of Plastimake.
Just a little Plastimake apple.
Brenton uses Plastimake in all sorts of ways as part of his visual art practice. This piece is titled "a section of the spectrum", which he made during an artist residency in Iceland.
Ridley made a lightweight Plastimake splint to immobilise his thumb after a recent injury.
Snorlax & Oddish
We can't get enough Plastimake Pokémon! Michelle sculpted these adorable Snorlax and Oddish models.
Ellie used Plastimake to create these wonderful wands for her Harry Potter obsessed kids.
Belle made a delicious Plastimake curry for last year's Canbeurovision trophy.
A Plastimake possum scrambles along the fence.
Lock pick handles
Kimberly used Plastimake to create a set of ergonomic lock pick handles.
This adorable little Pikachu was sculpted by a visitor to our free workshop at the Art Not Apart festival last year.
Flower hair clip
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Truck key repair
Samuel used Plastimake to repair the key for his truck.
Springbok horn mask
Mitchell used Plastimake and springbok horns to create this spectacular masquerade mask.
Azza made a Cloyster Pokémon out of Plastimake.
Scot used Plastimake to create these gruesome costume fangs.
Jessy made a Plastimake looking stone, as seen in the movie Coraline.
Natalia used Plastimake to create a pair of miniature masks. Each mask is only 4cm wide, they’re destined to be painted and used for dressing up dolls.
Penny made a Plastimake pencil cap to protect the lead when it's in her pocket.
Bike pump repair
Simon used Plastimake to repair the lock lever on his bike pump.
A relaxed Plastimake seal soaks up the warm Autumn sun.