Sculpture & Art Casting How‑To's

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.
Sculpture & Art Casting
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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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Alja-Safe® Alginate Quick Start Guide

Alja-Safe® Alginate Quick Start Guide

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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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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How To Make a Metallic Finish Using Cast Magic® Powder

How To Make a Metallic Finish Using Cast Magic® Powder

How to use Pearly Green Cast Magic® powder on a black ONYX® resin casting to get a beautiful metallic finish.

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How To Rotocast a Hollow Part Using Smooth-Cast® 65D

How To Rotocast a Hollow Part Using Smooth-Cast® 65D

Creating a hollow casting with high impact resistance by rotating a mold while casting.

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