How can a make very thin layers of silicone?
I am making a medical surgery model our of various silicones and am making good progress. Cosmetically, the Winston tutorials have helped a lot.
However, it seems that most organs have a thin membrane around them with thin veining within them. And, any surgical procedure involves removing this membrane (including the kitchen scene with Hannibal Lector taking the membrane off the brain of the guy with the top of his head cut off)
The membranes seem to encapsulate whatever they are around, but are attached weakly or not at all. So, it would seem that I would have some kind of release on the base organ and maybe applying silicone is some way in a very thin layer. Then, of course, I could air brush the veining.
Any help on how to make these membranes would be greatly appreciated!