Who Invented Plasticine?


Plasticine, which is a brand of modelling clay, is a putty-like modelling material made from aliphatic acids, petroleum jelly and calcium salts. It was formulated by an art teacher known as William Harbutt of Bathampton, in Bath, England, in 1897.
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A man named William Harbutt invented plasticine in the 19th century when the sculpteurs wanted something easier to handle than clay.
Plasticine is a putty-like modelling material; the word is trademarked, but in Commonwealth English it tends to be used as a generic description. In the US, the term modeling clay
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