Molding and Casting Supplies
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Molding and Casting Supplies

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Hello to all. I am new here. I have come across this website in the past before but never signed up. I have been interested in custom figures for a very long time. I always just swap farts around and paint and sculpt here and there.
In short words, right now I am trying to find what supplies I need to start Molding my figure parts and have my own molds for pieces as well as what i need for casting.
Does anyone have a list of what supplies would be recommended for molding and casting marvel legend figures, or at least point me to a page in which i can see what is needed???? Please that would be very much appreciated. Thank you all.

Posted by Ryseofodin
on Sunday, May 28, 2017
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Ryseofodin -
Monday, May 29, 2017
watched it, that is exactly what I want to do but it did not give any information on what I need to buy
LuvNidleness -
Tuesday, May 30, 2017
To make the Molds, I would recommend the Illuseffects Studios silicone. It's worked better than anything else I've tried. Amazing Casting Resin is softer and what I use currently to make head casts. AllumiRes RC-3 is good for harder parts like torsos and Legs. And if you're building an entire figure from scratch, I would recommend using Revoltech or Figma Joints.
ENulmerfigs -
Monday, May 29, 2017
Fart swapping is one of my favorite pass times, especially if you have a big group of friends, makes it a lot more interesting
Ryseofodin -
Monday, May 29, 2017
wtf lol
Spartan-023 -
Friday, June 2, 2017
I prefer to give than trade. =)

Glad I wasn't the only one to see the typo.
Edgy 3 -
Friday, June 2, 2017
Confucius say ........... its better to be a smart fella, than a fart smella!!!!!
Ryseofodin -
Sunday, May 28, 2017
I am going to look at it in a few. I am just looking to see what I can buy online to start this off. Not sure what to buy lol. Thank you.
Ryseofodin -
Sunday, May 28, 2017
Thank you
LuvNidleness -
Sunday, May 28, 2017
Check out on YouTube: Making of a Halo Figure 3D Models to Plastic Molds from McFarlane Toys. It's what gave me inspiration to move in the direction you're headed.
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