Do it yourself, a traditional bronze 3D-dingbat!
Take some time to construct a plaster model. When that's done, make a wooden box and place your model inside. Pour some hot vinamold-rubber into it and wait a little while.
Split the rubber into two equal parts and take the plaster model out. Now place the hollow rubber model back to the wooden box.
Melt enough of cheese skin (red!) and pour it into vinamold. You now have a new model which you have to cover with plaster and sand - but first stick plastic straws into the model, and build one main casting channel out of a yoghurt can. Finally, take bronze, heat it in an oven to the melting point. Pouring it into a casting channel will make the cheese skin model vanish. Wait until your bronze is cold again.
Break the plaster and sand coating; there's your bronze dingbat! Cut the metal sticks (former plastic straws) and finish the dingbat with the rasp.
Repeat the steps 03-04 to multiply your dingbat. Dipping the bronze dingbat into various chemicals will result in many different colour coatings.
Decorate your house, take pictures and make your friends happy. These dingbats were cast by Ulrika Ylioja
and the plaster model was done by Sami Kortemäki.