Smooth-On rubbers, plastics, foams and other materials have been used for years to bring movies, TV and stage special effects to life.
Movies that have used Smooth-On products to create spectacular special fx: aws, Star Wars, Pirates of the Caribbean, James Bond Series, Alien, Aliens, Saving Private Ryan, The Matrix, Harry Potter Series, X-Men Series, Lord of the Rings, Saw, Ghostbusters, The Chronicles of Narnia, Batman
TV production companies have created special effects with Smooth-On products: Star Trek; The Next Generation, The Sopranos, Dexter, Battle Star Gallactica, CSI; Miami, Nickelodeon, Myth Busters, Dirty Jobs, Saturday Night Live, MTV.
Broadway shows that use Smooth-On products to create stage props, theme effects and more: Les Miserables, Phantom of the Opera, The Lion King, Mary Poppins, Stomp, Blue Man Group, The Little Mermaid, Spam-a-Lot, Beauty & The Beast, and many more productions too numerous to list!
Learn how to save material and money by making your silicone mold conform to the shape of your model.
Using the slush method of casting to create a hollow, impact resistant piece.
Cast Magic® Casting System is an easy way to add an endless variety of bright metallic, glitter and color effects to your castings.
The metal cold-casting process is faster and much less expensive compared with foundry casting of molten metal.
Milo shows how to make a breakaway bottle using SMASH Plastic™
Free Form™ Habitat™ Fire Safe epoxy putty is used to create a realistic African grassland base for a Rhino Display
Smooth-On fan Jon N. uses FlexFoam-iT! X to make a durable, lightweight "Hellboy" inspired fist for cosplay.
How to make costume armor using craft foam and Smooth-On's UreCoat
Learn how to use Mold Max 29NV for creating a high-detail silicone mold
Artist Paul Francis shows how he reproduces an original Terror Dog from Ghostbusters®
Tom creates his works of surreal art using silicone, foam, resin, any material which triggers his imagination.
This helmet was the fruit of 17 months of work.
Over 1.5 tons of Rubber Glass was used in “Die Another Day”.
Employing the right materials to meet an impossible deadline.
From a small squirrel to a giant T-Rex that is 20 feet tall, U.C. Fab can create it.
Rubber molds can be made quickly and will accommodate the expansion of water during the freezing process.
Jeff's research into moldmaking and casting materials went a long way towards making his project a huge success.
Tasha Edenholm creates hand made and "One-Of-A-Kind" lifelike babies with Dragon Skin™ Silicone
Stevie achieves extreme realism by creating appliances which visually and physically blend into the actor's skin
To maintain their reputation as one of the most advanced haunts in the U.S.,The Scarehouse incorporates Smooth-On silicones
Mario Benicio has provided special effects for films around the world
MisteRoboto has created an extremely realistic zombie animatronic using Mold Max® 10T
Smooth-On silicone takes the lead in making animatronic whales.
Gary has turned a part time hobby into a full-fledged lifelike animatronic.
It is simply impossible to readily discern that Guy's figures are not alive.
Prism artisans have perfected a technique for making incredibly detailed food items
For the upcoming film 'The Pink Panther 2', the action takes place at many locales around the world.
Operating out of Mentor Ohio since 1996, Screamline Studios has provided professional design, construction, and coordination for primarily the haunted attraction industry.
Working on a film-set is one of the most time-intensive occupations on the planet.
UD Replicas makes amazing costumes using Smooth-On materials.
This Amazing Animatronic was Created With Ecoflex® 00-30
Mike Turner and the Arcana Workshop Created This Amazing Life Size Fantasy Figure Sculpture
Calen Hoffman creates the Hylian Shield from the Legend of Zelda series.
There is a new creature roaming the halls of Smooth-On. It stands seven feet tall and has razor sharp teeth!