Ok, thanks to a number of our members, and two threads currently up, we know about the very affordable method of mold making using Silicone Caulk, babylax, and acrylic paint.
Which really does work. I've only tried it once so far, and I didn't use enough babylax, so it took a week to dry completely, but it did produce a very, very nice mold.
Now what do we put in our nice new cheep molds. I mean we've just saved a fortune on silicone, but resin, etc, is still outrages, so what can we us in it that might be as cheep, and easy avalable. Something we might find at a hard ware store, or other commonly found store.
I myself need to do 1) a mask so something I could brush, or slush around the mold, and would dry to a somewhat then, but durable sell would be great. and 2) a bunch of regular solid castings, like you would normally use something like resin for. (like jedi pouches.)
Thoughts, comments, etc. welcome.