So far my only complaints are:
- It's addictive.
- Tried re-bisqueing a mask that had come loose from the base (all the same paperclay), which I had tried to reattach with more paperclay. Did not work at all. Came loose again immediately.
- I have to babysit the fully-open garage during the burn-out stage so the neighbors don't panic and call the Fire Department. Curious as to what this might do to the kiln coils. I don't put the plugs in until it quits smelling like a campfire.
Cool things I've discovered:
- I can roll it out thin and use scissors to cut shapes when it's partially dried. Almost like cutting thick felt.
- I can forget to cover something I'm working on or even save pieces of a failed attempt that is bone dry and all it takes is a few spritzes of water to bring it back to life.
- It dries quickly enough to provide a solid backbone for delicate sculpture.