blades, first time sculpting and casting

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thebeastwithin

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hey all,
i'm 15 and just thought i'd show off my first attempt at mold making and casting... i decided i would start small and sculpted up a quick pred blade and made a rtv silicone mold... the whole process took around an hour or so... i then cast the blades in the monstermakers 2 part plastic mix... so far, i have casted two and trimmed them, they both need some sanding work and a paint job, but i figures i would post some progress pics... just for feedback and see what everyone else thinks.

so without and further delays, heres the pics:
predblade1.jpg

predblade2.jpg

predblade5.jpg

predblade4.jpg

predblade3.jpg

and heres one in my new blade gaunt top i scratch built...
predblade6.jpg


the cast side has a very unique sculpted look that i like, but the side that was exposed in the mold is flat and shiny, meaning they're gunna need some sanding to get them even looking, but with some sanding and some paint i figure they'll look great...

thanks for any and all thoughts... :)

p.s.- if anybody is interested, the mold is in great shape still and i am willing to try and cast some more for $15 raw and $20 trimmed and sanded + shipping... pm me if interested, if i get any bites i'll post a topic in the buy and sell thread...

-zach
 

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