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 Post subject: Molding Feathers
 Post Posted: Mon Jul 19, 2010 3:43 pm 
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check this one out. Sorry about the Ads in the beginning

http://blip.tv/file/3899849


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 Post subject: Re: Molding Feathers
 Post Posted: Mon Jul 19, 2010 6:05 pm 
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Clay, OMG, this is SO GREAT!
I am SO happy that you have added this video to the forum.

I have created a few "flesh & blood" angel sculptures in the past with costume angel wings, (see photo below). I've attempted to sculpt wings in clay from scratch to create faux-marble wings and I always failed to achieve the detail I wanted.
Now you have saved the day for me! I'm very anxious to give this silicone casting a try and resurrect a few forgotten casts from Limbo.

Many thanks for posting this great video! ~ Joe


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 Post subject: Re: Molding Feathers
 Post Posted: Mon Jul 19, 2010 8:10 pm 
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Joe Sculptor wrote:
Clay, OMG, this is SO GREAT!
I am SO happy that you have added this video to the forum.

I have created a few "flesh & blood" angel sculptures in the past with costume angel wings, (see photo below). I've attempted to sculpt wings in clay from scratch to create faux-marble wings and I always failed to achieve the detail I wanted.
Now you have saved the day for me! I'm very anxious to give this silicone casting a try and resurrect a few forgotten casts from Limbo.

Many thanks for posting this great video! ~ Joe


Glad I was able to help. Make sure you let Justin at Mouldlife know I sent you--
Never be afraid to experiment and try new things--
"If you are afraid to fail then you will never succeed"
Clay


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 Post subject: Re: Molding Feathers
 Post Posted: Thu Jan 06, 2011 8:46 pm 
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eaglewood wrote:
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Never be afraid to experiment and try new things--
"If you are afraid to fail then you will never succeed"
Clay


Hey Clay!
Just to let you know, I finally tried Life Form and I LOVE IT!

For my first try, I did not want to experiment on any one else, just in case...
... so instead, I used myself as the Guinea pig. I had a friend "baby-sit" my experiment (just in case). I mixed up a small amount of Life Form and applied it over my left eye lid and covered from my eyebrow to my mustache with NO Vaseline. I'll admit that I was semi-nervous - wondering if I'd feel the pull on my eye lashes when it came time to remove the mold - but NO. It came off with zero amount of trouble.

I'm so glad I experimented on myself first, because now I can say first-hand that the models have nothing to worry about with Life Form. And as an artist, the detail it creates is amazing! Every little hair stands out alone.

So I send a big "THANK YOU" out to Clay for bringing this new product to our attention. It is indeed wonderful.

(... now if only we can get Mould Life to do something about the price!)


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