A mold is the negative or hollow cavity produced around a sculpted piece for use in creating multiples of that piece. A cast is the positive or reproduction of the original piece of sculpture created by pouring casting material into a pre-formed mold.
When an Plaster of Paris model has been completed, reproductions of the piece are often needed as gifts, for display, even for sale. To make the reproduction, a mold and cast of the model must be made in one of a variety of casting mediums
This article details the steps that we took throughout the mold making and casting process:
Step 1: Select a Mold Making Method & Mold Rubber
Step 2: Construct Mold Box & Prepare Sculpture
Step 3: Measure, Mix & Pour Silicone Mold Rubber
Step 4: Demold
Step 5: Cut the Mold
Step 6: Casting
|Soft Hardness – Good for detailing
|Medium Hardness - Good for production and detailing
|Hard – Good for Production
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