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> In a message dated 07/30/2000 10:49:23 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> We used burlap in my clay modeling class to make waste molds.
> 1. Create a relief sculpture w/ clay on a flat board - we did self
> 2. Cut burlap into strips
> 3. Make plaster according to package instructions.
> 4. Pour plaster over clay model, being sure to get it into all the nooks
> and crannies, such as nostrils, ear holes, if doing self portraits.
> 5. Press Burlap strips into plaster, leaving ends poking out.
> 6. Cover burlap w/ thin layer of plaster.
> 7. After plaster has hardened, flip the whole thing over and pick out
> clay. Now you have a plaster negative.
> 8. Coat inside of negative VERY WELL with Murphy's oil soap or other
> release - ventilation will be key in this step.
> 9. Pour hydrocal into negative.
> 10. Use pieces of burlap near the top to help secure a hanging wire IN
> back of the positive (did that make sense?)
> 11. When hydrocal has set up, gently as posible pry loose negative from
> 12. Trash the negative. Hang or otherwise display the poz.
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