Sculpture & Art Casting

Sculpture & Art Casting

Smooth-On mold rubber has been used for more than 60 years to reproduce sculpture all over the world ranging in size from less than 1" ( 2.54 cm) to almost 400 feet high (120 m). Today, Smooth-On urethane, silicone and polysulfide rubbers are used by thousands of sculptors and foundries for casting wax, resins, plaster, concrete and other sculpture materials to make accurate reproductions of original sculpture.

Project Specific - Smooth-On's wide range includes mold rubbers that can be poured on, brushed on, sprayed on or pressed on to any original sculpture and will reproduce detail perfectly. Reproductions can be cast in urethane plastic, epoxy resin, plaster, concrete, and more.

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Lifecasting a Female Torso Using Body Double Silicone Rubber

Lifecasting a Female Torso Using Body Double Silicone Rubber

Using Body Double®, it is possible to mold an entire female torso and capture every detail in a cold cast bronze casting.

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Making a Mold Of a Hand Using Alja-Safe® Alginate

Making a Mold Of a Hand Using Alja-Safe® Alginate

Follow this simple step-by-step lifecasting guide, and you will have a perfect lifecasting which will 'freeze time'.

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Creating Metallic & Glitter Effects with Cast Magic®

Creating Metallic & Glitter Effects with Cast Magic®

Cast Magic® Casting System is an easy way to add an endless variety of bright metallic, glitter and color effects to your castings.

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Molding a Complex Original Model

Molding a Complex Original Model

Molding and casting a piece with delicate detail, complex angles and severe undercuts.

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Turning an Antique Chair from Trash Into Treasure

Turning an Antique Chair from Trash Into Treasure

An antique chair is easily repaired using Smooth-Cast® 385 mineral filled casting resin and Universal® Release Agent.

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Making a Silcone Glove Mold and Faux Wood Casting

Making a Silcone Glove Mold and Faux Wood Casting

Dragon Skin® is excellent for brush on molds. A Dragon Skin® mold can be turned completely inside out without risk of tearing.

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Turning a Sculpting Talent Into Cold, Hard Cash

Turning a Sculpting Talent Into Cold, Hard Cash

“How Nice Ice” has provided ice sculptures for private parties, professional sports team banquets...

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Restoring a Rare Find Using Free Form® SCULPT

Restoring a Rare Find Using Free Form® SCULPT

For over 40 years, Tim Bennett's hobby has always been treasure hunting at garage and yard sales.

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How To Make a Faux Marble Resin Casting

How To Make a Faux Marble Resin Casting

How To Make a Faux Marble Resin Casting

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Sculpting with Epoxy Putty - Free Form® AIR & SCULPT

Sculpting with Epoxy Putty - Free Form® AIR & SCULPT

Sculpting with Epoxy Putty - Free Form AIR & SCULPT Demo

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Reproducing Tree Bark Texture Using PoYo® Silicone Putty

Reproducing Tree Bark Texture Using PoYo® Silicone Putty

This tutorial shows how to mold tree bark using silicone putty.

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How To Mold and Cast a Resin Sculpture - Ghost Rider

How To Mold and Cast a Resin Sculpture - Ghost Rider

Learn how to mold and cast a backlit bust of the infamous Marvel character, Ghost Rider.

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