I like scratch building and this seems like a new area for me to explore.
The motor parts are for a BRM 261 . gearbox and exhaust tips. The inlet and cam cover are for the same car...
This is a continuation of my adventures in resin casting. I continue to learn some of the basic rules....mainly it seems from trial and error.
Reasons and purposes
The fullface helmet head...he has a face not a flat windshield
The fifties driver ....needs helmet work but good face structure
The Ferrari inserts...they look cool....development continues with those.
Wire wheels.....they fit Ninco 17 inch rims....good for vintage builds....development continues with those too.
The torso ....because a mate asked for something like that.
The Lola insert.....a challenge to make something small but accurate
Motor parts....I have an old BRM body that could do with some sharper detail.
@Geno...when I get a couple of the items available you mentioned I will let you know.
I am currently working on a new body mold but will cast some more parts soon.
@ JCZPT Casting figures is tricky because of the long narrow parts...arms, legs.
Using some pressure can help avoid the dreaded bubble or void areas.
Everything I have done is by using the slush cast method.