Sunday, April 23, 2006
I still have an easy way to go back to a flat table top. Just lift the vertical board away from where it leans on bicycle storage rack hardware. I already had the clipboard. Under the Clipboard is a cheap lazy susan, probably used to spin plants with or somesuch. It's all stuck onto the main board with hot glue. After i saw that Stephen Silver mostly worked vertical I had to try out building something for myself. I like it but especially for inking. Being able to easily spin the art, you're always pulling a line at the most natural and easy angle.
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Sunday, April 09, 2006
Hey, give me another day or so. See that goopey looking piece of blue rubber. That has the ape body in it. Unfortunately the kicker or catalyst must have been mixed lightly in this last bit of the rubber. I've tried to scrape a little extra catalyst into the goopey parts to get it to harden up. I want to give it a day or so and hopefully I can make that final cast and send your kit back. I've published a couple of shots to show you how well everything else has come out. I'm sending you all that, extra heads, a mini asaro planes-of-the-head, and a disk with Beast of hollow Mountain. I'd hate for the body to be the only flawed and messed up part so I want to be patient and hopefully it will cure given the extra time.
Wednesday, April 05, 2006
Special Image for Jim G. For loaning me his Billikn kit of "GORILLA". This is foamcore boxing in preperation for silicone mold pouring. Two sheets of foamcore and about 10 glue sticks. And about three blistered fingertips. The main thing is not to waste the rubber so a lot of the foam core conforming around the shape of the kit part.