You may need to do another application after this one dries. Be patient!
There is a whole body attached to this head, but I only covered the head. You do need to be careful not to squeeze a part next to the Paperclay covered part-it can crack or pull away from the form then, but of course, that can be fixed too. I have not bothered to sand it when it's dry, but you can. I like to wet the form and smooth it with my hand. Make sure you turn your project so every side dries. It's not a good idea to try to dry it faster than air-drying; but I think it can be dried in a very low oven. Just watch it carefully.
I let you know how this lady turns out!