Original sculpted heads

Here’s something you don’t see everyday — it’s a collection of Sean’s original sculpted heads for various projects over the years. These are what we use to create silicon molds which are then used make our resin casts.

Tim Faurote 2017 Doc Con program cover illustration

Here’s a painted illustration Tim completed for the 2017 Doc Con that’s held annually in Arizona.


Wonder Woman head sculpt

Sean has completed his Wonder Woman head sculpt, he and Tim made a mold and cast it and now Tim has painted it. We all feel the sculpt looks a bit like the Linda Carter 1970s version of the character with a bit of the 1940s Wonder Woman mixed in too.

The end of the road for one of our molds

Here at Resin Heroes, we find that one of our silicon molds is good for about 20 castings before they start to fail and fall apart. You can see this happen in the photo below from a recent casting or Robin, the Boy Wonder. Here, bits of the mold have been left behind in Robin’s left eye and in his hair. Once we remove the excess molding this particular cast of Robin is fine, but it means that the master mold for Robin is effectively, for lack of a better term, dead.

Worry not since we can make a brand new mold for Robin from Sean’s original Robin sculpture.


Wonder Woman head sculpt is complete

One version of the Wonder Woman head sculpt Sean’s been working on is complete.

Calvin & Hobbes painted to look like the newspaper comic strip

Here are our rein casts of our Calvin & Hobbes statues Tim painted to look how the duo appeared in their long running newspaper comic strip.

Wonder Woman head sculpt

Lately Sean’s been hard at work on casting items for our booth at Fantasticon and sculpting this Wonder Woman head for an upcoming project.