Saturday, October 27, 2012

06 Waste Molds Nº 47

I use a pencil and a combination square to mark the outside edges of the torso on the molding table. The formica top of the molding table is very good for drawing. Click on any image to enlarge it.

I measure one half inch out from the first marks. The coddles will be placed on these outside lines.

After placing the coddles, I seal all around the bottom edges with some Roma oil-clay.

This is a top view of the upper oil-clay torso in the coddles, ready to be molded. There is one half inch clearance all around the torso.

The armature wire will stick up, out of the mold.

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