Inside a Pug’s Head

I demolded pug 2.0 and the mold turned out really nice. There are no tiny bubbles from overdoing the application of the release agent this time. I’ll let it cure overnight and then make a hydrostone casting tomorrow.

One thought on “Inside a Pug’s Head

  1. Cool stuff !! Very interesting process to watch unfold… Not only does one need to be an artist stroke sculptor to begin with, but latterly a bit of a scientist as well to get the entire process just right from start to finish… Definitely not as easy as it looks when simply appreciating the final piece of art.

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