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Комментарии Making Your Own Replacement Parts?

  • I've made replacement parts a few times by making silicon molds and casting resin into them.
    an examplehide
    Made copies of a part from ITEM #206457 for an MFC user who had lost his
    https://i.postimg.cc/qMzhQhjy/DSC-3783.jpg

    This yields the best results but I wouldn't recommend it for a single repair because of the cost of the materials. I only did it because I happened to have leftovers from a bigger project.
    1 месяц назад
    plasticizer1 месяц назад#81156790Huh, I suddenly have an urge to buy a crappy figure and mod her up.
    Maybe I'll start a series and call it Pimp My Waifu.


    That would be interesting to see!
    1 месяц назад
    plasticizer very mild
    Huh, I suddenly have an urge to buy a crappy figure and mod her up.

    Maybe I'll start a series and call it Pimp My Waifu.
    1 месяц назад
    I haven't made replacement parts for figures this way (I made whole figures of my own design), but you can apply molten wax with a brush to a base and then carve it with a scalpel.
    The base can be a carved a piece of styrofoam or you can use a paper stencil as 2D base and build on top of that. This method works well if you suck at sculpting because you only work on one small area at a time.

    For making the mold, 2 component silicone is great and will reproduce every last detail. However, its probably too expensive if you're only going to cast one single replacement piece, lol.
    1 месяц назад
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