Goonies - Copper Bones Key update

Discussion in 'Replica Props' started by RelicMaker, Nov 8, 2005.

  1. RelicMaker

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  2. Kris

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    Looks GREAT . :)
     
  3. KarlBud420

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    Can't wait to see the final product. I'm in when you give the word.
     
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  6. gobler

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    Nice. Interested as well.
     
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  9. gobler

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    True, true. RelicMaker, you are off to a fantastic start or more to the point finish :thumbsup What's the over all thickness of your sculpt? If you plan on casting in copper make sure you use a hi temp RTV or make a master you can re-mold or both. Can't wait till your finished.
     
  10. allosaur176

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    Pretth * cool looking, would look great next to the map i purchased from you ;)
     
  11. mbmcfarland

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    Wow, that's going to be great..

    MBM
     
  12. The Plasma Infusion

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    Wow, that's real sweet. :thumbsup
    Put me down for the Solid Copper One too.

    Bill P.
     
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  14. gobler

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    Well, copper melts at 1,978 F so yeah sillicone will not work, my bad. I guess the only way would be to finish your sculpt, mold it in an RTV silicone and from there make a master to set aside then use foundy wax to create a wax copy and then make a mold for metal pouring. I'm not sure what materials are used in foundry work but there are some fellas here that have done it. Smooth On has some good RTV for cold cast pours.
     
  15. rocketeer25

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    I couldn't have said it better myself. :D

    This is a showoff thread (great looking key, BTW). Please keep the "interest" comments in reserve for the hopefully soon-to-come JY thread regarding this piece.

    Thanks,
    Lonnie
     
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  17. KarlBud420

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    Thanks for the update. I'll keep my eyes peeled for the latest.
     
  18. JonathanEntertainment

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    Looks good great detail. Good Work.
     
  19. KarlBud420

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    *Bump*

    Any news Brenton? :confused

    Bruce
     
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