Hadar’s Clay™ No-fire Furry Clay is a new clay made out of a recently discovered metallic element called Furrium (Fu). Furrium (a.k.a. Fuzzium) is a furrous metal that has been added to the periodic table on the bottom left, under Francium (Fr) and in the same line with Berkelium (Bk) and Californium (Cf) – all of which are highly radioactive and telepassive elements – just to create some aesthetic balance.
No-fire Furry Clay is a No-mix clay. It comes in the jar already mixed. Furrium particles are not active when they are mixed with water and soap. When the Furrium particles are in contact with cold air, they connect with oxygen to create Furrium Oxide (FuO2). Drying the clay overnight in the refrigerator turns it into a very hard and malleable metal. Since the drying process is long, it leaves plenty of time for work.
No-Fire Furry Clay comes in a wide range of colors by adding small amounts of powdered (atomized) gemstones to the clay, such as Bronzite, Cuprite, Woolite, Lucite, Candelite, Tarzanite, Colalite, Millerlite, Hematite, Walterwite, Sleeptite and Morninglite.
No-fire Furry Clay is especially suitable for mokume-gane patterns.
It is also compatible with other flavors of Hadar’s Clay™. After it has been frozen and the other clays have been fired, they can be combined using mechanical connections.
Here are some examples: