Silicon Mold help

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Leadingspartan

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Ok i got the basic shape of my assault rifle in clay if it turns out good i might post pics but okay i wana make a silicon mould like Adam did in one of his videos what did he pour in it to get that whitish color and howd he make the silicon mold... Thanks.

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drgon47

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Adam is posting a video tutorial on how to make the molds and such this weekend he said. If you cant wait that long, try googling some stuff. Most of the distributers have howto videos.
 

Leadingspartan

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drgon47 said:
Adam is posting a video tutorial on how to make the molds and such this weekend he said. If you cant wait that long, try googling some stuff. Most of the distributers have howto videos.
Thank you guys he has a video tutorial.
 
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Spartan648

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WWW.Smooth.com Has some great inexpensive DVD's on mold making
and these books from WWW.CastCraft.com are great
there are four books in the set and one of them is a materials source guide
There is info here for the newbie mold maker and the veteran

Hope this helps Spartan 648


This is info from the cast craft site

The Castcraft Moldmaking and Casting Guides

Learn how to use all types of Mold Making and Casting Materials

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Mold making techniques shown include latex molds, blanket molds, block molds, split molds, shell molds, backup molds, and life masks.
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Tips on how to sell products, if you want to make items to sell.
A compatibility guide showing what casting materials can be used with what types of molds.
Special Techniques showing:

How to "shrink" an object by using a mold.
How to make imitation sandstone.
How to make hollow plaster and plastic products such as piggy banks or lightweight hollow sculpture reproductions.
An easy way to decorate realistically with "dry brushing".
How to embed computer printed images in plastic.
How to make lightweight, hollow, artificial rocks.
A complete, step-by-step photo demonstration of how to make a two-part rubber mold.
Make Products for Income, to enhance your hobbies, reproduce your artwork, or use as gifts

The materials and techniques you will learn to use are how many types of products are made. For example - ornamental concrete statuary, stepping stones, plaster plaques and figurines, "pecan shell" or "cultured marble" figurines.
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By Roger Beebe. 236 pages. 8 1/2 x 11.


The Castcraft Moldmaking and Casting Guides $36.00 +S&H
 
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