Worbla's Finest Art is the first thermoplastic in the Worbla Art line. Introduced in 2014, Worbla's Finest Art has been seen everywhere from editorial photo spreads, to builds by Grant Imahara and Adam Savage of Mythbusters, to the floor of San Diego Comic Con, to Madonna’s Rebel Heart Tour, and many Cirque du Soleil shows. Brown in color with an orange peel-like texture, Worbla's Finest Art is non-toxic, skin-safe, and can be shaped by hand without requiring special safety equipment. It activates at 195°F (90°C), and has a working period of minutes, depending upon the thickness of the piece and the ambient room temperature. Worbla's Finest Art takes complex curves without requiring a vacuform, and is self-adhesive when activated — meaning that glues are not required to join the pieces. A heat gun can be used to shape it; however, hot air, water, an iron, or steam can also be used. There's no waste because scraps can be conditioned and 100% reblended, and leftovers can be molded to perform like putty. Worbla's Finest Art can be painted with just about any paint, wax, or finish. Its natural texture means it can be primed before painting with a variety of methods. Finest Art can be heated endlessly and has no shelf life. It is a favorite for cosplay and classroom use, with the quickest and easiest learning curve. Once cool, pieces are rigid and strong. Many artists use Worbla's Finest Art instead of clay to create pieces that are virtually indestructible.