I've just come back from Austria where I was studying .... I had found your awesome website there ... and got to loose the address somehow ...
I remember I posted one question about a popper ... But I eventually got to find your site once again ... I've been reading most of the hardbait section over the past few days ! Awesome job you guys did ..
I'm actually totally new when it comes to make mold ... I used to carve wood a few years ago ... and I had time to kill last year so I thought that was a great idea to carve some pieces of softwood .. which I did ...
But you know you just can cast such a soft stuff in the water for bass .. so I'm trying to understand the process of making mold out of RTV to cast copies in Foam .... But I'm wondering whether it is possible to do so with the proto on the pictures ... As y'all can see the first section has a V-shapped back ... and I'm not sure it would be able to release that part from the mold once it's been casted in ! Do you guys have an idea ? Should I try it and see if it works (and risk to loose the balsa proto) ?
Cause a mold in RTV is not flexible, is it ?
I would appreciate your help since you guys are almost professionals ... and I know nothing about casting foamies
If I can have a little bit of success with my first attempt at casting foamies I think I'm gonna become a new addict .