So, I want to make a suit to fit a 1:6th scale figure. It's from a movie, and in the movie it was all one piece and appeared to be made of rubber. Now, I realize it doesn't have to be made the same way, but the more I think on it, it seems to be easiest to do it this way. So my question is, what would be the best way to mold and cast this? I planned to sculpt directly on a 1:6th figure using Sculpey or Super sculpey. Once this was done, bake as normal. I'm not sure what the mold would be made of, I asked Wampa and he said perhaps stone (plaster) but on something this small and detailed perhaps a silicone mold and then a urethane casting. This would probably have to be roto cast (probably using just my hands?) Is this possible? Is this a good idea considering it's probably the only way to get something that will fit as one piece? If you have any ideas or advice, please post.