If it turns out well then I will cast it. A couple of hydrostone castings here and a couple of hollow plastic skulls there!
Patience is the key. To get to this point I am guessing around 12 hours. Also, the clay I am using isn't helping. It's Jolly King Plasteline. I think it's a wax based clay. I have a ton laying around from molding my human skulls. When I started to mold and sculpt the skull I was thinking of a Randotti medium skull thing. Man I love Randotti skulls. As far as getting into it, just do it. It's cheap and if you don't like it, mash it up and try it again.I love it. I want to get into sculpting so bad but don't think I'd have the patience. What kind of clay are you using? water or oil?
I haven't seen a Pabst Blue Ribbon in some time
The company that owns the product is called Pathway Polymeres. This is the third company to own it since I have been using it. I get mine from a local pottery store here in Seattle. A two gallon kit is about $150. I just checked thier website a they do have a good instruction PDF. Back when I started using 2020 there was no information other than mix them together. With each new ownership the directions got better. I wish I had these instructions back then. Oh, it's under products-Por-a-mold then scroll down to data sheet.I have downloaded two PDF's from the 2020 site. Too big to place here.
If you want them, PM me and provide email.
Good ideas, thanks. I am trying to get everything together but belive it or not I am busy already. I plan on hitting as many local events as possible. I never thought about car shows, nice. Are you a collector/hobbiest?A thought for you advertise in bike mags like easy rider and such that could hold you over till halloween time.or biker and car shows.spring is coming and so are those shows.