having ago at moulding

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Usurper

Well-Known Member
If the clay is water based i wouldnt worry about a release agent or similar as its only a small peice. and you can carefully rinse out any clay residue after.

If you make a DAM or wall around the outside it will help stop the plaster running away if you make the plaster alittle runny, you should make a small batch 1st and use a old brush to lightly brush it into the details to make sure they are all picked up properly, then a thicker batch on top.

I guess you have probably done some youtubing or reading etc, so i am probably repeating what you already know.

No need for a release when pouring the latex :D
 

djgs

New Member
so i made a clay DAM round the cod piece that i sculpted like usurper said

poured in the plaster and waited for it to dry

the clay came off no probs round the edges and demoulded no probs

so i put the plaster mould ontop of a radiator to dry it quicker

poured in some latex and its drying out right now

here is the mould

http://www.flickr.com/photos/39484722@N07/3987305877/


will post up the latex piece when im taking it out the mould
 

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djgs

New Member
so i let the latex cure over night and i have just had my first pull

its actually not bad, not bad at all

here are the pics

http://www.flickr.com/photos/39484722@N07/...in/photostream/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/39484722@N07/...in/photostream/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/39484722@N07/...in/photostream/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/39484722@N07/...in/photostream/


i think the piece is quite small, might suit a female predator but i think i might need to sculpt it bigger

but anyhoooo happy with it
 

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