I was asked to do two torsos, with the end result in simple plaster, so the subjects can add their own twist of paint effects or whatever they choose. I used alginate for the negative, which picked up every lovely goosebump, and then a plaster bandage mothercase. After a happy messy morning the results will now sit quitely in the shed for a few weeks for the plaster to properly harden before being cleaned up. Makes me want to get back to working in wax and bronze again . . . maybe next year, when/if I have a better workspace than my current studio (aka, my tiny kitchen).