OK Here's a Quick Tutorial. It was late spending about 5 hours on side A to build up walls and stuff and do the plaster dental stone mold. Up to 2:20am to finally finish Side A.
Next day was easy spent about 1 hour + to make side B. Then the real adventures begin. De-molding is a like a delicate surgery especially with Hard clay. I had trouble opening it then I figured out a way (took the night off for this- No Rushing despite deadlines) to Use Hot Water to fill in the gaps after cracking the edges a little bit to find the separation line. Slowly filling and chiseling with flat chisels and separating both sides until it was effortless.
I had a rib muscle injury the other day riding on my scooter which end up being a good thing. Normally I would use my manly Hulk Power Muscles to pry these 2 open which would funking destroyed it. Luckily I compensated power with smarts and gently pry the 2 halves apart using the hot water method.
This is a good technique for all plaster molds. If you can't separate the 2 halves mold with a gentle handshake then don't do it.
Anyway Separating the head and melted the face gave me another Pet project idea: A demon Wolvy or Batty.
Now on to casting in latex... Urrrghhh!