It turned out pretty well. There were a few small blemishes one being an eyelid and the other in the neck. All things considered I am pretty happy with it. Everything can be fixed.
Thinking about not painting this one and just painting the next one instead. The mold should last a while so I am going to cast a few of them.
|Blanket mold turned out. Anna showed me how to patch thin spots so next time I make one |
I will know how.
|Getting all strapped up for pouring the beeswax|
|To show the cut off of the head at the moment|
|Lines in the forehead. Easily smoothable though.|
|EAR!!! also small seem line easily fixable|
|I cut off the ponytail of my original for casting. purposes. It would look less awkward with |
some sort of hairlne in the back or a pony tail. Could add later if I wanted but I believe I will
be filming this from the front.
|Anna inspecting the head while it is still warm|
|Just took lots of photos. I was pretty excited|
|Except for that eyelid I am very happy with how these eyes turned out. Very shiny and smooth.|
It is making me reconsider if I want to use my resin eyes at all for this version.
|Clay head in the background. Mold also in the background. It is a messy process but I cleaned|
up afterwards. haha.
|One more photo straight on. Excited for this project.|
|Anna with my head after I attempted to take her photo with my phone cutting off several times.|
Thank you Anna for all of your help with my mold!!! :)