The Details About Our Casting Services

Lifecasting - Autumn K February 15 2017 Hand Cast Slumped Bottle

Autumn's hand permanently cast onto a Coke Bottle. Created in our Studio. The Best Thing About MEMORIES Is Creating Them.

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Lifecasting - Family Ring of Hands Casting

Short video of a Family Ring of Hands being cast in the Studio today. The camera is a bit off the mark, but still looks like everyone can see the casting process just fine.

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Lifecasting - Demolding a Fresh Hand Casting

Teaching a Student How To De-Mold a Fresh Hand Casting

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What is Life Casting?
Lifecasting is the process of creating a three-dimensional copy of a living human body, through the use of molding and casting techniques. lifecasting can also be practiced on animals. The most common lifecasts are of torso's, pregnant bellies, hands, faces, etc,. and it is possible for an experienced lifecasting artist to copy any part of the body. Lifecasting is usually limited to a section of the body at a time, but full-body lifecasts are achievable too. Compared with other three-dimensional representations of humans, the standout feature of lifecasts is their high level of realism and detail. Lifecasts can replicate details as small as fingerprints and pores.

When will my casting be ready?
Your casting made from casting stone will be ready in 2 to 4 weeks, depending on the time of the year, the type of finish you have selected. Proper drying time is very important. Other casting materials can take 4 to 10 weeks, depending on the kind of casting. When necessary we may be able to rush the completion. Please schedule as early as possible for special occasions such as Weddings, Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, and Holidays. We will contact you when your casting is completed.

Lifecasting - Lizzie Face Casting How To Part 1 February 20 2017

Lizzie wanted to try a hand casting first, until we told her she could make a funny face casting.

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