Used in conjunction with our face armature the moulding jacket has multiple uses.
– As a retaining wall when moulding sculptures are created on the face armature. Takes the hassle out of creating retaining walls from scratch or free forming plaster. Quite often the moulding jacket won’t survive the process but cost relative to the cost of the waste you can have from a losing a sculpture with a failed mould, extra materials used to create a retaining wall, or the extra plaster used to free from and build up plaster mould the moulding jacket actually saves money.
– As a support for the face armature. If you’re casting a plaster or resin form from the face armature you can use the moulding jacket as a support to prevent the face armature from rolling about your workbench or distorting under the pressure of the materials when filled with water or sand.
– As a cover when sculpting in WED or pottery clay. Just pop the moulding jacket over your sculpture rather than wrapping your sculpture in plastic and wet towels and potentially losing detail.
Notice: Images are for illustration purposes only, please check product size at the time of purchase. Back board and sculpting stand not included.