Alright, so... once again, I done Effed up.
I'm gonna preface this by saying this is going to be my first run working with platinum cure silicone. I thought I had all my info but I missed a key part, which is why I now turn to the experts. You lovable folks. The RPF.
I was working on a project that required a final version in Dragon Skin or EcoFlex. Excited to work with these materials I dove in head first. I did my research and needed to get to work on a sculpt pretty quick. I found that finding something locally with a great big "Sulfur Free" label is... well I couldn't find any. I took to online and found people recommending some low-sulfur suggestions that could use a Tin-Cure Silicone for molding.
"Problem Solved!" I thought to myself. "I'll make a Silicone Mold from the Tin Cure and then cast the final with the Dragon Skin!" (I know, I know now. Hindsight)
Tiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil I went to order my materials. I double checked the Tech Sheets (I double checked before the order! I have that much sense at least XD), and discovered the all important warning about Tin Cured Silicone causing problems in the curing process of Platinum Cure Silicone.
I had considered doing the Tin Cure and then making a plaster of paris cast, but no- I'm back to a sulfur problem there right? I then thought "Well, what about resin?" but then ran into a lot of question about whether or not that falls into any of the other materials that cause problems with Platinum Curing- and turning up squat in my research.
So my question is this... with the sculpting already done, am I stuck having to go back and re-sculpt? OR is there a way/material I can use to make a mold and a cast of the sculpt in something that will be Platinum Cure friendly?