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Absolutely, although I recommend using a filler material once you start looking into bigger pieces. The thicker it is the longer it takes to dry and the heavier it is. You'll also use up more material and have to make more.I've used it solid for teeth/claws/bone as big as my pinky - so a little more than .75 inch at the thickest and about 3 inches long and it dried up quickly and firmly enough. You're probably good at twice that size but at that point it starts to make sense to use filler material like expanding foam to build your base and then cover it with a few layers of paper clay especially if you're looking at using this for costuming.
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