Sculpting and molding a bio - Start to finish

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esdain

New Member
awesome tut, good to see that the **** blobby shape i always start with has the potential to go somewhere if i stick at it.
will you do a step by step right through to finished mask, including molding and casting? coz that would be very useful
 

roninpredator

Sr Member
Looking good Paul,Looking good! thanks for the tut.finally some one was nice enough to make one
I'm anxiously awaiting the molding process tut. I have been thinking about making my own bio but the molding process intimidates me a bit.
keep the pics coming!
 

PredatrHuntr

Master Member
I love tutorials...they help everyone learn and in turn others will have more confidence in themselves. THANK YOU PAUL!

Can't wait to see this one when its done. Sure hope you do the molding process...I've only seen one other one done.

GREAT JOB PAUL!
 

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Uratz

Sr Member
...I do it a little simpler than the way Uratz does his, which I think is the only other one that's been shown on here.

:) I hate molding Bios the way I do. But for me its the only way to yield a thick enough mold with the Keys.
The silicone I'm using is super drippy and no way to thicken it without messing up the elasticity qualities.

Please Post up more molding pics. I need a better way to mold things... using less silicone but able to pull more from the mold.
 

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Bovine13

New Member
NIce tutorial Paul. It helped answer a couple questions I had. Do you like the dragonskin more than the rebound 25?
 

Uratz

Sr Member
Looks much easier than what I do with my Monster Molds (sounds like a new series on Discovery Channel).
Its amazing such a small mold can yield such good results. Great Job Paul!
 

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