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  • Amelia Reap

    Dressform: Googling my way through a DIY custom dressform. » The Googling Diva

  • Sarah Callan

    Plaster bandage lifecast - Lifecasting Tutorial: Dress Form Cast In Flexible Foam

  • Ava Perls

    Lifecasting tutorial for a molded dress form - video from Brick in the Yard

  • Lucky Star

    In this tutorial we give an overview of the plaster bandage lifecast process as well as the casting process for F3 Flexible Foam.

  • Ellen Waldo-Comelab

    Lifecasting Tutorial: Dress Form Cast In Flexible Foam. Cheaper alternative to 3D printing and a wealth of exploration here. I'm thinking costume and sculptural pieces. Moulds can be of anything from wire mesh to plastic moulds. I would think plaster bandages would be suitable for fabric folds and organic shapes...

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