and playing with all kind of clay products was a resourceful
experiences, I stumble onto Friendly Plastic in 1986 and initially
found it to be an interesting plastic clay. I liked its brilliant
color ranges, the flexible quality that can create items, such
as plastic masks, toys,
springs and ergonomically designed
bait etc.. I had made many interesting toys for my children.
Melting it in hot water was the most interesting and challenging
way of making your creations, within minutes before it become
solidify. Since1986 I had created more than five hundred pieces
of my work. Unfortunately, just about two year later, the product
became unfriendly and ninety five percent of my creations were
damaged beyond repair. I had managed to salvage five percent
of my plastic arts, put them in clear acrylic display boxes.
Even now the five percent of my creations are
falling into pieces whenever I move the boxes. The followings
are some of my mask series.
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