After the silicone in the second half of our mold box has cured it is time to remove our sculpture from the mold. I’ll go ahead and warn you ahead of time that in most cases your sculpture, or at least part of it, will get destroyed in the process. The steps for this lesson is documented below.
- Remove the mold from the X-acto board mold box. Carefully separate the two mold halves.
- If any of the silicone is sticking together (an area that was not covered with Vaseline), use an razor blade to carefully cut the silicone.
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