Its a bit of a pain to do, but it can be done! Depending on what needs to be done, one way will work better than the other. This clay is very 'short' when it sits for a bit, but its very forgiving in firing which means I can get away with thicker areas and a bit of laxity in the construction methods. A BIT of laxity, but I still have to be careful! The clay is still wet at this point, but it gets STIFF when it sits so I can't manipulate it very well without it cracking. Then if its NOT stiff, its squishy which means I have to watch it so I don't mash all the details!