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  • Side Hill Gouger

    Date: 2015.06.10 | Category: Stories | Response: 0

    Jay and Malaya read a chapter from the book, Snotgrass, titled The Side Hill Gouger. Snotgrass is set in Washington, Maine and this reading is at Gibbs Library in Wash ME. Full of mythical beasts and Maine humor, Snotgrass is available on Amazon as paperback and kindle. ~ check out JEMoores.com for more pics, videos, and comics.

  • Society the cat helps me unbox Snotgrass

    Date: 2015.04.05 | Category: Amusement | Response: 0

    My case of paperback books arrived and the cat couldn’t be happier. Snotgrass is on Amazon. Visit JEMoores.com for more.

  • Snotgrass, Chapter 3, The Jungles

    Date: 2015.03.29 | Category: Stories | Response: 0

    The Jungles, from the Maine humor book, Snotgrass. Available in paperback and kindle.

  • How To Make Resin Toys Video 5: Glow In The Dark

    Date: 2013.05.16 | Category: Amusement | Response: 1

    Here I show the folks how to make Glow In The Dark Resin Toys using Smooth-Cast 325 Urethane Resin, along with Ultra Glow Powder – check out my book, How To Make Resin Toys.

  • Firing our ceramic kiln

    Date: 2013.05.05 | Category: Amusement | Response: 0

    Our kiln is hot. We fired to cone 06 which is about 1650 degrees Fahrenheit. Once the toys are cool, I will make silicone molds from each one so I can cast multiple resin toys. Check out How To Make Resin Toys.

  • How To Make Resin Toys Video 4: Black Rub

    Date: 2013.02.17 | Category: Amusement | Response: 0

    Black Rub is a paint technique where you cover a resin toy with black acrylic paint, then rub it off with a damp paper towel. You leave black paint in the deep areas to show of the detail of the toy. Black Rub gives the toy an antique look. Check out the rest of my videos on How To Make Resin Toys.

  • How To Make Resin Toys Video 3: Pouring Resin

    Date: 2013.02.14 | Category: Amusement | Response: 0

    Video series based on my book, How To Make Resin Toys by J.E.Moores. Here I show how each mold has its quirks. Because of air bubbles I have to shake, jiggle, and swirl some of my molds to get resin into all the trouble spots. This is why you have to design your original with gravity in mind. If your design does not go with the flow, your castings will have bubbles. See more videos of how to make resin toys.

  • How To Make Resin Toys Video 2: Go With The Flow

    Date: 2013.02.12 | Category: Amusement | Response: 0

    When designing your original art you have to consider gravity. The liquid resin can only go where gravity will take it. Complex shapes require Block Molds with proper vents. This is why it is good to start with a simple shape that is easy to mold and cast when starting out. A tapered “lump” will cast easy in a Glove Mold. More videos on How To Make Resin Toys.

  • How To Make Resin Toys Video 1: Sculpey

    Date: 2013.02.11 | Category: Amusement | Response: 0

    Today we will make a “lump” so we can easily learn how to make a Glove Mold and cast a resin toy. Sculpey polymer clay is a good choice because you can fire it at home in your oven, and silicone rubber does not stick to Sculpey, so you won’t need release spray. More How to Make a Resin Toy videos.

  • Harrowing Journey

    Date: 2009.03.22 | Category: Amusement, Stories | Response: 0

    Order: Harrowing Journey by J.E.Moores

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