Thursday, 17 October 2013

Instant Mold! Another Hobby first for little me..

So what is Instant Mold:




Make your own bits! Have you ever wanted to make an extra weapon or shoulder pad for your army, but just can't be bothered to go on ebay to go through all the hassle to get another one? Instant mold is a revolutionary products that allows you to:

Duplicate any surface!
Sets in minutes!
Use again and again!
endless applications!


Instant Mold is a heat softened and reusable putty that cools instantly and does not stick to Green Stuff/Kneadatite, Stick Putty or other common sculpting putties. Create instant molds of hard to replicate details. Once you're done, put it back in hot water and do it again!

Heh after reading/watching a few demos I've decided to give it a bash,  but rather then using Green Stuff i when for the cheaper option and bought some Milliput from 2KTECHNOLOGIES.



I'll be using this video tips to make 3D objects *Cough* Squats *Cough* give it a watch it's rather helpful.




11 comments:

  1. Another really greta product is the siligum which makes greta moulds, only drawback is that you can't use it more than once but I've used it to duplicate the rear feet of 2 of my dragon ogres and I bet you couldn't guess which ones are duplicates.
    You might want to look at NInja for Hire's method for your little...hum hum experiment...

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    1. Do you have a link mate? Typing Ninja for hire into Google doesn't get me very far heh

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    2. I imagine the Police are now watching you!

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    3. Hahaha actually making your own copies of parts if fine so long as it's for personal use.

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    4. http://theimpossiblefortress.blogspot.fr/

      The guy is on the forum btw ;)

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    5. Arhhh he's casting rather then press molding, rather more complex then i'm going for.

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    6. LOL I actually meant looking for a ninja to hire though :P dammit joke fail......

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  2. I'm told a mix of GS and Milliput works quite well if you get problems using straight milliput.

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  3. I grew up using milliput and never managed to sculpt anything much smaller than 54mm with it. Then discovered green stuff (kneadatite) and sculpting got so much easier! That said, my mystery "10th figure" was made almost exclusively from milliput as my green ran out, and he's seemed to have worked out fine. Green stuff becomes instantly cheaper of course if you buy "kneadatite" (its trade name) than if you buy it as green stuff.

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    1. Aye i have plenty of Kneadatite but for the press molding i'm hoping the Milliput will be fine and keep the costs down. :)

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