Sculptor James Day Uses PMC-744, OOMOO 30 and Mold Max 30 to Express His Visionary Realism
James Day was born in Kansas in 1970. Being the son of an artist he inevitably became an artist himself. He started from a young age working with clay, kilns, and eventually casting and creating his own limited editions.
To create the molds for the sculptures below, James used PMC-744 urethane rubber, OOMOO 30 tin-cure silicone rubber and Mold Max 30 tin-cure silicone rubber over clay. The castings were made using Smooth-Cast 326, sand and portland cement, then painted with acrylic paints and finished with acrylic sealant. If you are interested in purchasing originals, limited editions or signed prints please contact the artist.http://www.artofday.com/artist_james_day.htm
Using PMC-744, the first layer of the ''Elegance'' mold is applied in a thin layer to capture all the detail.
Completed ''Elegance'' mold made from PMC-744 urethane rubber.
''Eternal Thoughts'' mold made from OOMOO 30 tin-cure silicone rubber.
PMC-744 urethane rubber was used to create the mold for ''Historic Spring''.