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How To Mold and Cast Foam Props ‑ Via Tested.com
In thie video, produced by Tested, effects artist Frank Ippolito shows you how to make simple silicone molds to cast and paint foam replicas of props like shop tools.
Frank and Norm go over the moldmaking process and show how self-skinning expanding foam can make great-looking stunt props for your projects.
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About Smooth-On, Inc.
You may never have heard of us, but you've seen our products at work. If you've ever been to the movies, admired a piece of sculpture, marveled at detailed architectural ornamentation or used a telephone; then you've encountered the handiwork of people who use Smooth-On rubbers, plastics, foams and other products to turn their ideas into 3-dimensional reality.
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