So, I did a sword project that required some sculpting, some molding and a lot of forethough and I really had a good time doing it. I want to do a small, intricate project next that highlights detail, but also isn't going to be a nightmare in proportion(ie. a face or head.) I'm a big goonies fan, and I'd like to try and do the doubloon and then cast it in pewter using mold max 60. I bought some super sculpey FIRM, and damn, is it firm! I also got myself a 50 piece toolkit for sculpting and made some of my own tools for the last project. My plan is to copy the picture of the doubloon that is printed on the map when it is folded up, print it out and use it as reference. I also have a magnification light, but it is slow going work. Is there a way I can transfer the design to clay? should I sculpt it in reverse and make a stamp? This is a much more difficult process than I had ever imagined, especially with the small text. Any pointers would be greatly appreciated. Also, any size dimensions that are publicly available would be a big help.