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Water, Water, Everywhere...


So, we have a poor demon soul in the middle of the ocean on a wooden box. How did he ended up there? Whats happened? No idea!

It's my first molding experience ever. Tentacles, eyes and fishes are made from polymeric clay. Water is molding resin.

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Round 2 [Water, Water, Everywhere...] - Bronze Finished

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what kinda resin did you use? I have tried so many and I can't seem to get a clear resin like that with no bubbles! Amazing job

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Exact "model" of resin i used is Unsaturated polyester resin NORSODYNE O 12335 AL

Hardener CUROX M-302.

It's really important to do it slow, i used suringes to measure and fill my mixing glass with resin and hardener (proportions matter! You need 0,3% of this hardener for this resin) and then slowly mix then with wooden stir. Then slofly filled the form with my model.

Also form matters! It should be as smooth as possible (i used plastic bottle), because for my test molding i used piece of plastic which had micro texture on it, and whats why my test molding had problems with transparency.

Also be careful, this resin smell. I weared respirator while worked with it.

Fell free to ask any questions!

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Thanks everyone for kind words!

@Whirler Fishes was main reason to mold resin layer by layer. I tested both fishes on transparent sticks and layers and decided that layers is lesser evil (but they are still visible sadly). Plants was just fixed on base, so it was quite easy.

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