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japgoth

New Member
Hi Guys, I know that this is not going to be pred related.

But after a intresting trip down to Dr Who show room in Cardiff, ive managed to get some pictures of the process that they do for the show.
I think that this was done by Niel Gorton.

It was intresting to see what they use, and how they did it.
Most of the mask are made from foam latex (did poke a few of them to see what they made from :) )

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Clay that was used was WED Clay.

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Supposedly they used plaster bandages to create the mold line?

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Molding unkown but does used fiberglass. It look like its resin of some sort may be Aquaresin or Jesmonite

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as i saw the tin of fire lighter fluid and after bugging the studio in the uk... its not PAX paint! so it has to be either rubber cement mix or silicon tint.

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Skullsplitter

New Member
Been in Cardiff last year since we were doing the Pembrokshire coast path, and had a day to spare before leaving for home. Wasn't too much into the making of business, but none the less it was great to see the level of detail and how stuff has been done over the past few years.

This looks even better :)
 

japgoth

New Member
Been in Cardiff last year since we were doing the Pembrokshire coast path, and had a day to spare before leaving for home. Wasn't too much into the making of business, but none the less it was great to see the level of detail and how stuff has been done over the past few years.

This looks even better :)
This was the first time i went down there to see it... even that i just live down the road!!! lol.
Well my GF/wife went down there last year and she said that they changed a lot compared to the year before, with a lot of new stuff.
I suspect that they change/swap with the other Doctor Who show rooms.
 

ptgreek

Active Member
very cool. BTW ..the mold is an epoxy mold. the dividing line is where the the actual fiberglass was used
 

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