- Brush-On® 40(1)
- Dragon Skin® 10 FAST(1)
- Dragon Skin™ 10 MEDIUM(1)
- Ease Release® 200(2)
- Ecoflex™ 00-35(1)
- Fast Cat® 30(1)
- FOAM-iT!™ 5(1)
- Free Form® Habitat® Fire Safe®(1)
- Free Form™ AIR(1)
- Mixing Containers(2)
- Mold Max™ 30(2)
- Mold Star™ 16 FAST(1)
- Psycho Paint(1)
- Rebound™ 25(1)
- ReoFlex™ 30(1)
- Silc Pig®(2)
- Smooth-Cast® 300(1)
Creating a Museum Quality Themed Prop Base for a Rhino Display
Free Form™ Habitat™ Fire Safe epoxy putty is used to create a realistic African grassland base for a Rhino Display
Making a Museum Quality Animal Reproduction
Learn how a sculpted reproduction of a rhinoceros torso was made
How To Make a Silicone Mold of a Fish
This moldmaking video shows the process of molding an actual trout for taxidermy or propmaking purposes.
Making a Taxidermy Base Using Free Form™ Air Epoxy Putty
How to create a taxidermy habitat base using Mold Star® 16 silicone and Free Form® Air
Molding & Casting An Alligator Snapping Turtle
Wildlife Art Creations chronicled their processes used to make exact duplicates of this dinosaur.
Antler Reproductions Using Reverse Molding
In this how-to, Tony Breedlove uses a cavity pour technique that yields perfect antler castings every time.
Making a Prop Rattlesnake Using Dragon Skin® Silicone
On a recent job, Blair Benjamin needed to reproduce a rattlesnake for an independent film project.
Using Brush-On Urethane Rubber as a Paint
Some of our customers have found that our Brush-On urethane rubber can be used as a paint.