|Sculpture||Moulding Gel Required||Suggested Moulding Container|
|Coupled Hands||One (1) pack||Kit packaging tube|
|Face||One (1) pack||4 lt. Mixing bowl|
|Small Breast Plaque||One (1) pack||4 lt. mixing bowl/a wok|
|Medium Breast Sculpture||Two (2) packs||9 lt Laundry bowl|
|Large Breast Sculpture||Three (3) packs||15 lt Laundry bowl|
|Butt Sculpture||Three (3) packs||15 lt Laundry bowl|
Each 450 gm pack of moulding powder mixes with 3 litres of water, enough to mould your face, hands, whatever you can fit.
- you can mould just about anything! - It's up to your imagination...
Find a container to closely fit whatever you want to mould, 3/4 fill it with water, and measure the water required to know how much moulding powder you will need. When the bodypart is placed into it the level will rise.
Amazingly quick and easy, just mix the seaweed moulding powder with water, dip yourself into it and it sets like a thick jelly around you. It comes away cleanly, as you gently ease yourself out.
Fill the cavity with plaster and when set, peel the gel away to reveal your sculpture. Once fully dry you can paint your sculpture to help protect it from dirt and fingerprints.
Are the moulds re-useable?
The moulding gel sets like a thick jelly around you capturing intricate detail. When peeled away from the plaster during demoulding the gel can break and crack. Sometimes, depending on the shape of the bodypart,you can wiggle the cast out without damaging the mould and get a second or third copy but it depends on the shape and whether there are undercuts. Once you have your original plaster sculpture you can then make a re-useable mould using silicone or latex if you want to reproduce.