"GI-245 is clear tin based silicone from Silicones Inc. I've used it before. It's about Shore A 10.
One of John Ikuma's Stop Motion Magazine issues had an article where Georgina Hayns from Laika said that they used GI-1000…"
"Yeah, as I recall when I was researching silicone I learned that condensation cure not only is not inhibited by moisture, but actually requires moisture in order to cure - thus the name. Don't remember why addition cure is called addition…"
"There are the one-part sealant silicones in a tube, which rely on some component evaporating into the air. I don't think they would work in a closed mould, but they do work for paint like Will said, and I did manage to cast some scutes -…"
"There is addition cure silicone which is usually more pricey, and generally mixed in equal parts A+B. This gives a very realistic skin like feel and appearance with a semi translucence (stuff like Dragon Skin). I use quite a lot of RTV silicone…"
Here's a gizmo I recently built for someone who teaches stopmo at a university in PA. It's a heavy-duty camera mover. All those who saw it on the Facebook dot com dot net dot dot can ignore this post. :-)…Continue
Hello All! Wanted to let you know about a new short film I am making entitled Steel Cut Oats. I don't usually ask for help when it comes to my personal projects, but I finally bit the bullet and I'm launching a Kickstarter campaign in order to raise…Continue