We all remember the thread from the old site that Gil had running about just how far one can "stretch" paper. I have been thinking about this foe a while and finally decided to give it a try. But first I read up on the subject in a handy volume titled "The Prop Builder's Molding and Casting Handbook" by Thurston James. Covers all kinds of quick and dirty along with easy casting methods and products that can be used for producing molds. I'm sure that the library systems in larger cities and most colleges that have any kind of theatricasl department would have this. Copyright 1989 and listed for $19.95. ISBN #1-55870-128-1 Got my first molds curing right now. Gonna try making copies of the BMW 14 cylinder radial to use in Roman's FW-190 F-8 from Digital Navy. I'm using Plaster of Paris for the molds as there are no undercuts and "She who must be obeyed" really objects to the smell of RTV silicone. Will post pictures of the mold and parts soon (fingers crossed :? :? :? :? :? ) PS Is the old site dead? I haven't been able to access it since about saturday morning.