Working on a new P1 Bio sculpt and mold

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VinMan

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Hey Hunters,

every P1 bio I have ever seen has it's own flavor so I thought I would give it a go myself.
I started by using an old bio Ruffkin gave me and began to add clay pretty much all over.

I then cast it using the silicon caulk tubes method just to get a raw one I could fill and sand and tweak.

It is a real bitch trying to get it symmetrical. I am taking photos and drawing grid lines on a computer to check
for symmetry and finding out that your eye really plays tricks on you here. so then I keep adding a little filler here and sanding and grinding a little there.

Here is the progress so far. I still have a ways to go but I kinda like the way its coming out.
I want to drill out and recess the center of the laser shroud instead of have it protrude out a little and I need to cast up the
hose port and cheek port.

vinsp1.jpg


When I feel its done I will cast it up right and make some pulls.

Comments are always welcome

Thanks

VinMan

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crawjaw

Active Member
Doing an intermediate cast is a great idea, as I find it easier to sand a resin/plaster cast than smoothing out clay. Looking goood.
 

hez1

New Member
What's that you say? A symmetrical P1 bio? Does not compute...

Seriously, looking good Vin. Symmetry is probably the toughest task to achieve on a bio, it can help to look at it in a mirror to spot places you may be going wrong. Keep going!
 

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Roydraven

New Member
hey that bio looks so cool awesome job cannot wait to see you finish it and good luck with the Symmetry of it
 

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