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Re: Pictures of Painted Plasterite gifting

Postby sacred on Tue Sep 28, 2010 10:05 pm

how cute! Catherine is very artistic ... I'd read (somewhere) that there shouldn't be any concave surfaces, so I avoided buying moulds that had any texture to them, like the flowers ... :| we live and learn ... ;) are these plasterite 'happy pills'? are they strong enough to be carried around in one's pocket? resilient to damage, I mean ... also, I noticed a heart with silver matt paint on it .... would that silver interfere with the plasterite's ability to broadcast, going on the earlier info re using silver leaf?

Re: Pictures of Painted Plasterite gifting

Postby monsoon gecko on Wed Sep 29, 2010 6:47 am

Mmmm......lollies......yum yum Love the sbb coil cones. No wonder school kid love them. Great many households blessed. ? Fancy moulds help with the magic of paint. Very nice.

Re: Pictures of Painted Plasterite gifting

Postby josh on Wed Sep 29, 2010 8:37 am

The silver paint does not hurt anything, because it is not real silver it is a plastic glider, And yes one could carry one is ones pocket,,,"my precious, what does it have in his pocket..." :D , but it is after all plaster and may not take a whole lot of tumbling. As far as range, I have found that the small pyramid will have a field of affect of 15 miles, it could just be the geometry of the thing, because the other pieces do not go that far, some 9 miles, some 7 miles..., still very good We have found that the silicone mold work the best. Stephen, how the nine stack coming, ? :shock: Josh