This was an somewhat arduous piece. I first took clay and molded it to a wooden piece of board, which in itself took several days. I then started to layer silicon in ever increasing layers, letting them dry for about two hours in between. I then built a simplistic mother mold on top of the resulting silicon mold. I then carefully peeled the silicon away from the original clay sculpture. The silicon mold was then flipped over and Hydrastone was poured in and left to cool. What you see in the picture was the final unpainted Hydrastone piece.