Oh man what a day!
Nearly forgot that I promised you a little tutorial today! It is super small.. but hopefully super effective :P. Also, I have decided to make this a series, so, this is the second Part of my short and quick tutorials all around Mold Putty.
So, on Tuesday I reviewed Amazing Mold Putty and showed how to use it.
Now there are a lot of ways to use it, for example does it make your life so much easier if you have a mold of a thing you make a lot. I have a lot of cupcake bases that I made myself.
Another thing I use/need fairly often are plates or cups. Plates are easy to buy, but cups are a problem, as they’re either too big or to small, or if they’re attached to a plate already you can’t use them to make a mold.
If you’re into making miniatures you also might stumble across different sized miniatures, so one sized (cup) doesn’t fit all. (When does one size fits all ever work right?)
So here is a simple way of making a mold for mugs in any size and shape you want.
You will need:
- Amazing Mold Putty (duh)
- (ball tool) or back of a pencil
Roll a bowl of scrap clay and then start by making a cone or dome.
Make sure to make it a good shape and also try to leave no fingerprints. The cone has to be smooth so you don’t have to correct each of your replicas. That is just so so annoying believe me. ( I know my pictures are great)
When you’re happy with your shape take a pencil or ball tool and use it (the back) to make an indent in your cone/dome.
This will assure your cup stands.
Now it is time to bake your cup! Really important!
After baking and cooling down you can get the mold putty to make a mold.
I have explained those steps in my review about Amazing Mold Putty so I will not explain it again.
And this is the finished product!
If you want to know how to use this mold now and how to make not only cups but mugs, be sure to follow my blog so you won’t miss the last quick tutorial on how to use Amazing Mold Putty next week!