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.
Using Body Double®, it is possible to mold an entire female torso and capture every detail in a cold cast bronze casting.
Follow this simple step-by-step lifecasting guide, and you will have a perfect lifecasting which will 'freeze time'.
Cast Magic® Casting System is an easy way to add an endless variety of bright metallic, glitter and color effects to your castings.
Molding and casting a piece with delicate detail, complex angles and severe undercuts.
How to make a brush on tin silicone mold
An antique chair is easily repaired using Smooth-Cast® 385 mineral filled casting resin and Universal® Release Agent.
Dragon Skin® is excellent for brush on molds. A Dragon Skin® mold can be turned completely inside out without risk of tearing.
“How Nice Ice” has provided ice sculptures for private parties, professional sports team banquets...
For over 40 years, Tim Bennett's hobby has always been treasure hunting at garage and yard sales.
Watch Figuration Studios turn sculpted EPS foam into a visually stunning clear resin outdoor art installation.
This step-by-step example will detail making a cold-cast metal casting using bronze powder
Tom creates his works of surreal art using silicone, foam, resin, any material which triggers his imagination.
James uses PMC®-744, OOMOO® 30 and Mold Max® 30 rubber
After 500 Years - DaVinci's Masterpiece Comes Home...For the First Time.
Paleoartist Tyler Keillor brought a "paleo-trifecta" of art, science and innovation to bear in order to help reconstruct this ancient scene.
Mr. Dana's passion is restoring gargoyles and other architectural ornamentation from19th century buildings slated from demolition.
Applications for Smooth-On’s Crystal Clear® liquid plastics get larger and more varied with each passing year
Nassal Fabrication in Orlando, FL. was commissioned to mold and cast a large Buddha statue
Linda Kays-Biviano used Dragon Skin® for creating the skin, giving the Santas a very life-like appearance.
Fran Volz is an artist and mold maker living and working in the Chicago, IL area.
Repairing giant lions on The William H. Taft Memorial Bridge in Washington, DC
Mario Benicio has provided special effects for films around the world
Over this past summer, patrons of the camp used our materials to create two impressive art installments
In an elaborate studio setting in the hills of Pennsylvania, history is in the making – again.
Aiming for an entry in the Guinness Book Of Records, the final casting was to be over 12 tons of resin.
How Sculpture Fabrication, Inc. creates art using Crystal Clear® 221
Guy Tedesco is an artist and sculptor living in Mount St. Francis, Indiana.
James McGinniss, a renowned sculptor in the area, was contacted to create a tribute to the spirit of the house through sculpture.
Reproduce an extremely rare hand carved wood collection from the 17th century.
A one piece cut block mold is a popular mold making method that has some definite advantages.
Fonderie d’Art d’Inverness Inc is a Quebec corporation which portrays dynamism by using a mix of innovative methods and traditional techniques.
The Ushiku Daibutsu located in Ushiku, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan, is the world's tallest freestanding bronze statue.
Since its inception 30 years ago, the Johnson Atelier has used Smooth-On's full line of Polysulfide rubbers.
When the Toronto Maple Leafs NHL hockey team needed eye-catching costumes for their 3 new mascots, they needed only to look in the backyard.
Clay Williams is an artist and figurative sculptor who lives in Imlay City, Michigan. His work focuses on the beauty of the human form.
Artifaqt is a design studio that creates amazing featured pieces.
Art Student Fernando Alvarenga Creates Flowing Resin Sculpture