So, here are a few pics of the molding party with pals from work and the haunted house
So here we've put crystal clear on it and green wax, and are trying to get it to not fall over because of my inability to make a functional stand. (that's me in the middle laughing about it! Har har! James and Ben look like they're not as amused.)
Jesus Krogan of Shem Stock.
Note: if you do a clay flange, it's neater and leaves no seam. But because Grunt has such a rough head, the seam will be easily fixed so we just used shem stock, which you can get at any home depot in the roofing area.
The first layer of Bondo-Glass, it gets the detail
Then a layer of mud
Ahh fiberglass! Quick before it cures and messes up everything whaa!
Three layers of fiberglass and some coffee and Kahlua later...
And the mold is done!
That's me in the middle, holding my scarf to my face in avid concern of the mold being done.
But it is! I'll spare all of you the hole drilling and core-making, and start updating more N7 stuff in the next few days!
And thanks again to all my lovely friends and fellow artists who help me on these massive project things. I would be complaining a lot more without you, and hurting myself with giant molds. ;D
And soon enough you'll get to see the first cast of Grunt. *excited*