Making your own skull mold isn’t as hard as you might think. A little bit of money invested into a mold will reward you with many skulls that can be used in endless ways.
Foam Skulls made with a Dragon Skin mold
I’ve made a few molds using Dragon Skin by Smooth-On. Dragon Skin is a soft, super stretchy silicone rubber. It stretches without tearing and always rebounds to its original shape without distortion. Smooth-On’s website has a great picture tutorial you can follow that explains how to use Dragon Skin, step by step. It’s worth a read. That being said, Continue reading
In 2006 we lost the shelving unit we had been using for our witches kitchen. It had fallen over in storage and was broken beyond repair. (wasn’t in good shape to begin with) So we were going to need something to replace it.
I made these shelves to replace the broken one
I picked up some old Continue reading
Mr. Hemlock Dench is my cemetery grounds keeper or caretaker.
He is a knavish, creepy little man. Bow-legged and hunch-backed, he grins fiendishly out into the darkness at passers by….
Mr. Dench was my first project for 2007. This was the first full bodied prop I attempted. He is made almost entirely of recycled materials. Continue reading