Perfectcast Casting Material ReviewSo...I bought this.
This is Perfectcast Casting medium.
Apparently it's like plaster but stronger, which is stupid to me since Perfectcast has another product called Perfectcast Plaster.
I'm not a huge fan of plaster; it's crumbly, it's messy, it takes a long time to dry. It dries your hands out and gets under your nails. I salute those who can work with it; aside from making shells for molds, I have no use for the stuff.
But this bag was like eight dollars and I had a JoAnn's gift card, so I figured that I'd be a pioneer. So many people in the doll making community have shared their tips and tricks with me, so the least I can do is boldly go where no one (at least not to my knowledge) has gone before. If I can afford it, I'll try it.
Who knows; it could be a viable substitute for resin.
I'm casting some hooves for a Qilin doll I'm working on, so I'll describe the process and experiences I had when I made them.
This stuff isn't resin; it's not even a plastic. It's technica
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You will need a compressor, airbrush, and a hose to connect the two. There are a lot of kinds of compressors and airbrushes and it can be overwhelming, I learned a lot from this site: www.airbrushguru.com/
I got all my parts from www.TCPGlobal.com, a company based in USA. The price for all my tools + paint was $158, 1 compressor with tank, 1 airbrush kit with 3 nozzles, 1 hose, and 4 2oz paints. The compressor I got specifically, is Master Airbrush brand TC-20T. It is very small, pretty quiet and good for small projects. My airbrush is Master Airbrush brand Master Performance G222 Pro Set with 0.2mm, 0.3mm, and 0.5mm no
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