Amazing Mold Putty I pressed it out on my glass desktop to a pretty thin layer(1/4"or so) then I "rocked" the pin back a forth so that the whole pin made contact with the putty. I did it this way because I wanted the mold to be level and flat. Then let it cure(it only takes 10-20minutes)
Amazing Casting Resin with a drop of Alumilite Dye in Brown so the final colors would really pop. I always have molds on stand-by to fill with "left-over" resin when I mix more than needed. Then left it set to cure(again 10-20minutes depending on the weather).
It worked! The finished Amazing Casting Resin Lizard is still thin but thick enough to be rigid. So it shouldn't snap like the original did.
I glued a pin back to the back with a bit of E-600 and let that cure at least 30minutes but I let it set an hour just to be sure.
Now comes the Fun part...using some Metallic Acrylic Paints I "dry-brushed" the pieces starting with Gold, then Bronze & then Copper. It dries really quick so just a few minutes and your ready for the next step...Rhinestones! Yep, Rhinestones...I had some of them in several sizes & colors! So I chose some Clear Aurora Boreallis & they reflect the colors perfectly. A bit of Black Acrylic Paint for the eyes & it's done!
This would make a great gift for the Holidays! So glad I didn't throw that little pin away when it broke...lol.
What broken object could you mold and casting in Amazing Casting Resin?
Well that's it for this post...Till Next Time!!!
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