You can't make your own mold/cast or don't want to waste money and material? I offer you my help! Like for i can make molds and casts from YOUR object for the fraction of the price you would spend on materials! Send me a note!
Have you seen my other tutorials?
Most people that make cool dolls like yours like to keep it all hush hush but you do all these lovely tutorials and even sell diy kits. I'm so wanting to buy one for a good practice of assembling a doll before I sculpt my own. I just need to decide which one I want and save up. >w<
But also I've been looking for stuff on resin casting for a while because I've been wanting to make my own garage kit figure. So thanks again!
For a 1p-mold you don't have to necessarily bake it - if you are sure your mold will turn out just as you planned. But to be on the safe side, i'd suggest to bake your original - just in case your mold turns out bad.
and what release agent do you paint on your sculpture?
Ah, such a lovely tutorial! I love how you always try and help out other artists. <3 You're amazing.
(Psst! Just a small fix for your tutorial- any clay that has sulfur will impede the mold making process. Sulfur disturbs the chemical reaction in silicone, and will make the mold cure improperly. So any clay but sulfites. XD Learnedthatthehardway,oi.)
I can't tell you how intimidated I am to mold/cast these doll pieces.
I hope you don't mind me asking you more questions.
Do you use Smooth-Cast for your doll parts.
Have you ever had an issue with the heads being to heavy?
Will you be doing a tutorial on how to make a two-part mold?