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    This thread is HOT! A beginner sculpter wet dream =) Bookmarked in my very precious folder thanks alot for all the info.

    @ Vic : Even though im not a fan of pink dwarves, orc chearleaders or winged boar, your work is amazing and i totaly dig it. I think im gonna break my piggy bank to buy a cast of it.

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    getting back to the molding/casting side of things, got an email about TAP Plastics new Platinum Silicone here's their video

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cj4kXAn83SA

    Anyone had a chance to use this yet or is it that new?
    Seems to negate the need for a vacuum chamber, and possibly a one piece mold where a two piece may have been required previously
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    Quote Originally Posted by mickc22 View Post
    getting back to the molding/casting side of things, got an email about TAP Plastics new Platinum Silicone here's their video

    Anyone had a chance to use this yet or is it that new?
    Seems to negate the need for a vacuum chamber, and possibly a one piece mold where a two piece may have been required previously
    Oh that looks like a ton of fun. Now if I only had something I needed molded! >.<
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    Now that mould was indeed interesting... I definitely have some things that need moulding but I've got no real experience so I'm afraid to try it. That seems like a very nice option...
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    the trouble is getting hold of the stuff outside the US
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    ooh i like using the rice
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v433/freak-in-a-cage/freakinacage-1.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by freakinacage View Post
    ooh i like using the rice
    Yep, such a simple idea.
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    Not sure how I missed this thread for so long....this is awesome. Great work ...Love the Fur.

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    That tapplastic video was pretty cool. It makes me want to try my hand at molding stuff too... I don't even sculpt anything. I'd probably end up making molds of stupid crap, like the tv remote just to see if I could do it...
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    i have an idea for a vacuum chamber. you can use those vacuum bags for holding clothes. put it around some sort of frame. they are clear, washable and fit onto your normal vacuum cleaner. one of the women from work is going to lend me one
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v433/freak-in-a-cage/freakinacage-1.jpg

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    Simply amazing, and I can't even imagine the amout of work put into it. Still, to my untrained eye, some bits of the fur look kind of leafy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by freakinacage View Post
    i have an idea for a vacuum chamber. you can use those vacuum bags for holding clothes. put it around some sort of frame. they are clear, washable and fit onto your normal vacuum cleaner. one of the women from work is going to lend me one
    I really don't think they draw a big enough vacuum, but keep us posted, be interesting to see how well they work
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    Ok, Thanks again for all the advice and feedback. He is now finally finished and hopefully some casts will be available soon. Its been a big project but I am pleased with how its turned out. Phew!
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    Very cool result, the fur and feathers really came out crisp and I'm sure your clients will be well pleased.

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    That is.....I mean....ummm.....

    I'm lost for words right now to describe it

    I mean WOW, just amazing

    Good job, I'm sure they will be pleased by it

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    This is absolutely stunning. I'm just hoping you'll still be interested in casting it when I have the opportunity to throw money at you.
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    Fantastic job Vic, the wings came out real nice too
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    Well - what more to say ? It's simply stunning work Vic. Splendid. Just spent 15 mins staring on him. I'm amazed by your sculpting skills. Congrats on finishing that

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