Yes , they were produced from the smallest Spaghetti mould. The Shadows came Free!
The stuff I use.
These are two of the new rubber moulds , with Sellotape bound around them.I`m casting up four moulds in total,one after the other,and yes, repetition is the name of the game,and these cheap home made moulds are producing rather fine castings.
A new way of getting detail on the bottom sections of the mould.The Plaster of Paris is brushed on to avoid trapped air bubbles,then its turn upside down on a piece of card and then completely cast up. Agitation with the small brush remove air bubbles.
The top is cut level.
A few minutes later the end results
Interesting configuration, but Photo`s are providing good intell too.
I do need to make some stone steps before the upper parts of each building is designed from scratch,but How on earth does one make stone steps for such structures?
Leave it to me,I`m a Pondering upon the answer. BB