I've recently acquired a large bull skull, rather weather-worn and aged. I would like to make a mold of it so that I can cast it in wax, alter it a bit (add more horns, etc.), and then make a mold of the wax so that I can cast it in something to make a creature head for a project. I'm not familiar with making molds beyond very small jewelry sized things with the silicone putty stuff. My worry is the pits and holes in the skull and getting everything to release. I don't want to ruin the original.
What is the proper material to create a mold from for this particular situation?
I don't think a plaster mold, which I've done for clay objects, will work for this as I think pulling the mold off will damage the original.
Any advice on what to cast the final mask/head in so that it isn't too heavy would be helpful as well.
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