Green Skin wrote:There is a way, but it's expensive. You'd have to make a mold of the figure (or a mold of each piece if you want to retain articulation) then make a casting from that mold using Hydrospan. Once it's fully expanded you'd then make a mold of the Hydrospan, and then finally make a final casting from the final mold. It's a lot of time and money, and that's assuming you know how to cast. Alternatively you could get an established caster to do it for you, but it'd still be expensive. I know Camcokid has worked with the Hydrospan/ Hydroshrink products in the past. Might be worth looking him up if your serious about it.
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