I've done a lot since the last post . I have the stone texture plastic sheets up. It was great stuff to use. I even cut a piece to fit a window opening; then heated it in the oven and bent it to fit the curved opening. Now making the bookshelves for the back of the Wizard office. Not my favorite thing to do.
The room is in four spaces. The first space on the left is the telescope/potion bottle area. The base is 5/8 inch plywood. The walls are 1/2 inch foam board insulation. I love to work with this. Then I drilled holes along the left edge and back of the board. Into the holes I put two inch pointed sticks . I glued two pieces of foam board together; the inside board is 1/2 inch shorter than the outside board, so the lid can fit in the top. I then made the back wall: two pieces of foam board, with a narrow third piece in the middle. I put stone floor wallpaper from miniatures.com. It looks great. I made shelves to put the potion bottles on. The backing is wood floor wallpaper from Itsy Bittsy. I also used it to cover the floor of the telescope room. That's it for now. Will post more later !!
In this picture I am putting play clay along the door edge to make it even. I also put a thin coat of Vasiline all over the front of the door. Then I took tiny balls of the play clay to put on the back of the turret door, to temp. attach it to the wood base of the mold. Make sure it is stuck flat.
The play clay comes in long, square sticks, in 6 colors. I cut the sticks in half to build a mold wall.
The play clay wall is finished. Make sure the clay is stuck firmly to the base board.
You mix part A with part B and****mix well !!! Then you pour the ugly gray/purple liquid into the mold. If you intend to make the rubber molds--read the instructions a couple of times. I get my molding rubber and resin from http://www.polytek.com/ and you can print the instructions from their web site. The mold rubber I use is PlatSil 71-20 RTV.
After 4 hours you have this great mold--too cool !!! I will pour the resin in a couple of weeks. I have some new projects that have popped up.
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