It comes with a Part A and a Part B. They have to be mixed up in equal parts.
Travis decided he wanted to a cast of a fossil lepidodendron. He found a few of them when he was younger. He loves the texture on them. He plans to use the texture in some of his sculptures. First he sprayed it with a mold release.
Then he mixed up Part A and Part B equally to put over the fossil.
Here he is mixing the both parts together. It's a little sticky, but not so sticky that it sticks to your fingers.
Here he's pushing it into the fossil.
He stuck holes in it, so he could put a harder shell over it.
The instructions said the mold would set up in 4 minutes. It took a lot longer than that. It was a little flimsy.
It didn't pick up a lot of texture in the middle, but there isn't a lot of texture in the middle of the fossil.
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Other Uses Besides Sculpture:
- Molds for soaps
- Molds for candy
- Candle Molds
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