Normally when we review things, we show you page-by-page excerpts of the document, but in this case that kind of defeats the purpose of this booklet, since otherwise you could just look at photos to gain the knowledge. Housed inside the cover are illustrated tips and tricks that Lunartik and fellow contributors have used. The booklet really is a step-by-step for how to do a basic, simple mold.
While that may not sound like much, it emphasizes the foundation necessary to make quality products as you get better at making molds. It goes in to the basics of how to go from 2D to 3D, working with the clays and sculpting materials, making a mold, and even the fine art of marketing and packaging. Admittedly, some of the advice in the pages may be common sense to some, but with this being the level 1 handbook, you have to start somewhere, so why not with the basics and covering what may seem like common sense.
Honestly, you can tell the hard work and attention to detail that went in to this booklet to make sure that someone starting out with an idea in their head could try to learn how to cast their idea in resin, and then market and promote it. If you’re on the fence or skeptical, the 12GBP for this booklet is well worth it even for just the pictures alone. Though most of this is tribal knowledge or something you have to learn the hard way or by knowing someone with experience, the money is well-invested for those who want to dabble or even to try to get their idea to people who may like it. So give it a shot and go HERE to order it or check out more particulars.