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RE:Drape mold

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Sharon Hause (smhause)
Sun, 17 Jan 1999 16:19:30 PST

Another type of drape mold besides plaster is forms found in your
kitchen, garage, and local second hand stores. Look for shapes that
have relief on the outside or outside edge. LIGHTLY spray the side to
be formed over with W D-40. I often use a mixture of white and red clay
marbeled together then rolled into a slab to drap over the form. Remove
when dry enough to hold shape. It'll give you wonderful shapes and
relief images.

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