Here is the brand I got at Michaels. I have used this for most of my molding and find it works very well. It can be used for food also, so if I ever get a wild hair to make fancy toffee or truffles I'm set!
Since it is hotter than blue blazes outside I am in the cool a.c. and the molding material didn't want to set as quick, so I threw (literally! too hot to walk out again) it out on the hot deck while I conditioned some more clay. After a couple minutes this is what I got. A pretty good texture sheet1
Here is what the clay looked like after pressing the mold into it. Some areas are more deeply textured than others.
I colored it with pastels and Inka Gold (Silver). I am horrid at making a decent Skinner Blend, so I thought I would fake it with the chalks! Then I hit the high spots with the Inka gold in silver.
And here is my finished piece, well almost-I have to 'silver' the back and sides, but I figured I better do something constructive (besides write this post). So I am off to see if I can get something (anything) cleaned yet today!