The Compleat Sculptor
" You supply the talent, we'll supply the rest!" Since 1995
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Resin Rubber Overviews
Please note: Our RROverview classes alternate every other month
and each class is structured so that it is not neccessary to take Part 1 before Part 2.
Part 1: Intro to Mold Making, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
  • This class is not for people who make molds; this is a class for people who want to know how to make molds. Our Resin-Rubber Overview is geared toward new-comers to mold making who want to know about the materials available and the basics of how to use them. This class is designed for the beginner mold maker.
  • An important step in successful mold making is being familiar with mold making materials available to you. The more you know about the materials and their characteristics, more likely the better your mold will be. Another important step is knowing the various types of molds that can be made and when to use them.
Two Part Mold and Cast
  • This class is devoted to discussion demystifying various mold making materials such as polyurethane, polysulfide and silicone, each has their own properties, inhibitions & characteristics; as well as advantages and disadvantages. Other topics that will be covered include mold types; for example: what is a box mold, a multi-part mold, what is and why a mother mold is needed and mold storage.

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Part 2: Intro to Casting, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
  • This class is not for people who make castings; this is a class for people who want to know how to make castings. This Resin-Rubber Overview is geared toward new-comers to casting who want to know about the materials available and the basics of how to use them. This class is designed for artists who are new to casting.
  • An important step in making successful casts is being familiar with materials available. The more you know about the materials and their characteristics, more likely the better your casts will be. Another important step is knowing the various casting techniques and when and how to use them.
  • This class is devoted to discussion demystifying various casting materials such as gypsums, polyurethane, polyester, epoxy and silicone, their properties, inhibitions, characteristics; as well as advantages and disadvantages. Other topics that will be covered include; what is a release agent and do you need one, how to make a bonded metal casting and finishing options for you cast pieces.

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Advanced mold making classes are available; see our class schedule or Email Us for information on upcoming hands-on mold making classes.
Class Policies Email Questions

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