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Re: Tim Sale Cowl: Ready to mold!


Can't wait to see the mold
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Can't wait to see the mold



Me too, lol.

I'll have pics of a pull up immediately. I can't wait to get this thing on my head!

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Really like the look of this, can't wait to see it either. Your casting it in urethane? It's going to be one nice halloween costume. emoticon

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Really like the look of this, can't wait to see it either. Your casting it in urethane? It's going to be one nice halloween costume. emoticon

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Yeah, with urethane resin filled ears. They should be able to stand up on their own, but with the resin inside, they'll look much better in general and it'll be lighter.

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If you don't mind me asking, how big is your head?

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don't forget to seal the sculpt before you mold it. This is looking pretty great, but i bet it'll look better in black :batman

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If you don't mind me asking, how big is your head?



23.5 inches.

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don't forget to seal the sculpt before you mold it. This is looking pretty great, but i bet it'll look better in black :batman



Definitely. I was wondering if using Krylon spray paint would be ok with the silicone? I'm gonna seal it with an acrylic finish first though.

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This looks so awesome!
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Definitely. I was wondering if using Krylon spray paint would be ok with the silicone? I'm gonna seal it with an acrylic finish first though.



either/or has worked for me, but usually it's better to do a water-based spray paint so it goes on even and doesn't fume you out. Most people don't take their sculpts outside, (too risky) so spraying inside with a non-toxic spraypaint works wonders. It WILL have aerosol, but no mineral spirits or turpentine as a vehicle, so you're better off. Another option is to water down acrylic and put it into one of those atomizers or an old windex bottle, put it on light mist and spray in very light coats, (so you don't drip everywhere) until fully covered. if you want to put a release agent over that, it'd probably be a good idea- but don't do it before you spray it with a sealer, otherwise the sealer won't stick.
  By the way- Tim Sale is gonna be at the Boston ComicCon on the 25th and I'm finally gonna go. You're not anywhere near here, are you?

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