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Master Mold Complete!

This is my second time making the master mold.

I learned my lesson from the previous master mold. I made it without the wooden board , so when I pour plaster in it, it pushes the side walls and the plaster mold becomes distorted. It's not a big deal for the No-Face hideout mold, but I think having wooden boards is necessary for other molds that has more than two parts.

People usually use some thick wooden panels and screw them together. But since I already have thin wooden panel laying around in the garage, I decided to do this in my own special way instead of buying new woods.

There's 0.5" gap in between the prototype mold and the wooden board.