Following on from the previous conversation about who doesn't make toys but should I guess there's lots of artists /  collectors here who would like to make toys but aren't sure how to go about it or where to start.

I think it would be nice to see some knowledge sharing here for people who may be interested in getting into creating toys.

I have used the tutorials from Tesselate's site here before & found them very clear & easy to follow.  My personal main problem is the lack of availibility for supplies like good silicon where I live.

Thanks in advance to all who share what they have learnt :)

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really useful. a friend of mine who does paste up art but wants to branch out was asking if i knew of any tutorials but i could only think of Lunartik's resin casting guides ( http://www.lunartik.com/plastik-surgery-tips/ ) thanks for posting this!

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Keegan-trampt-1698f

keegan a You should edit your post and link to Lunartik's guides. :) almost 9 years ago

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boo will do, i am just getting the hang of this website haha! almost 9 years ago

Hi. Take a look at our project here.

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about 8 years ago · Comment ·

That's really helpful. Another thing my wife can start doing in all her free time. :)

almost 9 years ago · Comment ·

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Mister-Quiche m if she has free time & an interest the one piece mold is a nice easy start, I have tried this out and found it works really well, was lots of fun (in my warped mind anyway) almost 9 years ago

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