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Facial life casting (a step by step guide)

This is a user friendly guide that should suit everyone who wants to learn how to cast someones face.  Packed with lots of unuthodox methods we have discoverd through years of experimentation, hopefully you will find what you need.

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Full hand casting (new how to technique)

 

Casting a hand and forearm is in many ways far more difficult than doing a facial life cast.  Very few sites on the Web will give you any help - we are one of the few that do!

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Body casts

 

It's taken us a long time to perfect the technique for casting a whole body. The investment is not only a matter of material expense, but in time and the experience we have gained in producing these massive structures whilst avoiding any final distortion to take effect.

Although we produce life casts, generally, only as a foundation to generating prosthetic pieces, many people appreciate the casts as a rightful art form.

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Baby casting

 

The youngest life casts you will ever see - and the hardest to manage!
This is a collection of complete hands and feet taken from infants as young as only 1 week old!

 

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Partial casts

 

Small or partial casts can really help you to save costs and time when a whole fece or hand cast is not needed.  Here are just a few that we have taken, and explainations of the various projects they could be used for.

 

 

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Dental casting (+ a step by step guide)

 

Needed in the manufacture of dental prosthetics such as fangs; taking successful dental casts is a skill that will be very useful to have.

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