Polymorph

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Skywise1

New Member
I tried to search polymorph from the forums but didnt get any results. Has anyone tried this stuff? Seems like you could mold almost anything out of it, although due the low melting decree 62C I dont know if you can really use it in suits or anything. Its so cheap that im gonna order some and play around and see if it can be put to use.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sfcBWnOqr6s...feature=related
 

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Skywise1

New Member
If you have a mask and you wanna make your own bio you could cover the mask with tin foil or something and then heat some water and just start molding the mask using polymorph. The bio would fit the mask like a glove and when you are done just let it cool and pull it of. I think you can paint the cooled polymorph and the paint would probably also give it more durability and strength.
 

Usurper

Well-Known Member
Ive used polymorph several times for prop related stuff, very handy stuff, but you need to work quick, and to get it very pliable it has to be bloody hot.
 

Darkwolf1

New Member
So is it a plastic polymer in the family of hot glue? Or is it a whole other animal. It looked like little beads so you have to melt it and pour it? Interesting stuff.
 

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Skywise1

New Member
its polymer. it melts at 62celsius so i dont know how it behaves as costume probs. i think you can get the same stuff in sheets also but it goes in different name. 3mm PVC plastic sheets are prolly better and its sturdier than polymorph.
 

skunk

New Member

Usurper

Well-Known Member
Polymorph is tiny little beads , and when moulded to whatever you want it is bloody tough to break, i mean UBER tough.

another upside is, if you make something and dislike it, put it back in boiling water and it can be remoulded over and over and over.
 

A Hunters Moon

New Member
This is the same stuff they provide with fake teeth around halloween. This is a great idea and could be put to use by some talented individuals.
 

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frosty

Sr Member
its great stuff, i've used it for everything from animatronic linkages to pred teeth, as its translucent white its great for teeth and tusks, but takes practice to get it right, cheap to!
 

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