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Lifecasting - hands
Does anyone know how to repair /seal a hole or rip in an alginate mould prior to casting from it? Thanks, Sarah
I hav dne a hand casting i got an isuue with the alginate.I got so many lumps in my alginate mixture i waz mixing it hard but the small alginate became so hard soo what should i do ..nd did no use ny blending machine 2 mix...nd my cast was kinda ohk..nd this was my 1st cast
These are GREAT instructions! I did this with my husband, as a test run, and then with my granddaughter several months ago, and it went really well. The detail is fascinating. I'd like to be able to make replica's of my granddaughter's cast for family members, as she's grown some now, and isn't as cooperative, even when asleep. Have you tried making an alginate mold of the hydrostone, or do you think it would stick? If I used a release agent, would it stain the original? Her fingers were slightly curled, so I'm a little bit afraid of breaking the original. I wish now that I had done several at that time. Any suggestions or recommendations?
did u get a reply yet? - Jeffdublin
Nooope - maddrock
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