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The Rubber Mould

Posted by Peter on 17 Dec 2017, 17:44

Nice looking statue Paul! :thumbup:
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Posted by Beano Boy on 17 Dec 2017, 19:54

Yes i agree Peter. I liked the statue the second i laid me eyes upon it.
The castings are all made and i hope to show them soon. BB
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Posted by Peter on 17 Dec 2017, 20:50

Beano Boy wrote:Yes i agree Peter. I liked the statue the second i laid me eyes upon it.
The castings are all made and i hope to show them soon. BB

Looking forward to that. ;-)
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Posted by Beano Boy on 29 Dec 2017, 04:48

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The Odd Side the Pattern is pushed into to its intricate halfway points is blu tac ! :-D
I moulded the Monk type pose too.

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The Soap & Silicone Method for tiny double sided moulds. All is needed is one mitts in there to form a ball and push it into the mould while still wet with the soap and water. Working it over the Pattern in such a way as to allow the air to escape then top up and push pat it down. No need to pound it.


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All made to stand the test of time as ancient statues on fantasy buildings.
So no need to be pristine copies.

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There be Treasure Stash too Me Hearty`s! :-D

Those shots below taken with another camera.

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:-D BB
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Posted by Wiking on 29 Dec 2017, 07:01

There is your cup of tea?

Each month Peter get a delicious birthday cake from FredG.
And for the hart working people the tea and cookie are cancelled?
:mrgreen:
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Posted by Peter on 01 Jan 2018, 19:09

Excellent work Paul! Take a glass of rhum with your tea! ;-)
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