Friday, October 10, 2014

09 Plaster Production Molds Nº 165

I rolled out a very small coil of oil-clay and pressed it around the rough edges of the build-up. Then I used the black molding board to shape the coil so it would make a straighter edge around where the coddles are going to go. What I did was to press the coil up against the black board for an inch or two, then loosen the black board. This way, the black board did not get stuck, and I was able to work all around without having to reach down into coddles. All I should have to do, after I clamp the coddles in place, is press the thin upper edge of the coil against the coddles to make a seal. It is much harder to explain than to do. Click on any image to enlarge it.

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