Worbla’s® KobraCast Art vs. the former KOBRACAST® Art
Worbla's KobraCast Art: Head Cast [DE/EN]
Casting onto plaster using Worbla’s® KobraCast Art
Naruvien Art&Design - Worbla's KobraCast Art: Hirschgeweih / Antlers [DE/EN]
Worbla’s® KobraCast Art vs. the former KOBRACAST® ArtThe cast is dead, long live the cast! 😉 A lot of you dear Casties still do know and most probably miss our former product KOBRACAST® Art. Therefore we thought it might be a good idea including a comparison with this forerunner vs. the new Worbla’s® KobraCast Art.
Worbla's KobraCast Art: Head Cast [DE/EN]I tested the new Worbla's KobraCast Art by creating a cast of a cast of a head (tape) - which serves as a base of a helmet. The material is soon activated and very smooth to work with. Great to create casts that are firm but also flexible.
Casting onto plaster using Worbla’s® KobraCast ArtThe Cast is back - a little different, but still with the same strengths, maybe even some more 😉 Worbla's KobraCast® Art is very stretchable when activated while pretty flexible when set. Therefore it is the perfect material for casting organic shapes even with undercuts! This video shows how to do this using a mould made of plaster for casting a mask.
Naruvien Art&Design - Worbla's KobraCast Art: Hirschgeweih / Antlers [DE/EN]Also so lovely casts you can create with the new Worbla's KobraCast Art. Unimportant if stag antlers or ram's horns! Leave a "scar" between the layers to replace it easily from the antler, wrap it with a thread and close the scars with Worbla's KobraCast Art scraps. Activate the subtitles for more informations and descriptions.