Resin "Copper Bones"

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Ramsey

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Ok, I've been happy with my Goonies "copper bones" prop I made a while back, out of clay...but now I'm interested in making one out of resin. I know alot of people here know how to work with resin, but I have to admit to not having a single clue where to even begin.
Can anyone here recommend a site that has a good tutorial for us beginner resin model makers? :confused
 

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Megatron

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Originally posted by Ramsey@Jan 3 2006, 07:24 PM
Ok, I've been happy with my Goonies "copper bones" prop I made a while back, out of clay...but now I'm interested in making one out of resin.  I know alot of people here know how to work with resin, but I have to admit to not having a single clue where to even begin.
Can anyone here recommend a site that has a good tutorial for us beginner resin model makers? :confused
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http://www.polytek.com/tips/tips.html

http://www.hobbycast.net/video.htm
http://www.freemansupply.com/video.htm

http://www.bjbenterprises.com/

http://www.smooth-on.com/howto.htm
 

Megatron

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cold casting would be the best way to go...dust the molds with copper powder then pour them ..or mix copper powder with the resin.
 

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