Resin gone bad

Posted on Jan 27, 2018

While I needed to order new resin anyway, because the back wheels of that BJD wheelchair require a special light-weight kind in order not to put too much stress on the frame when it’s picked up, and the Smooth-Cast gone hilariously bad… one of my other old resins aged remarkably well: the Axson F18 I previously used to cast my dolls in. That one yellows like crazy and therefore turned out to be not very suitable for dolls, but it still works fine for props that will get an all-over paint job anyway, like the wheelchair. VERY little moisture bubbles for a resin that’s been on the shelf for over a year, and still picking up details like a champ.


It DOES seem to have gone a LITTLE bit bad, though…


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