Saturday is the third day of making the mould of the Mary MacKillop sculpture.
Cameron from Fundere Fine Art Foundry is doing the work.
He travelled over from Victoria on Wednesday (an 8 hour road trip,) and began work on Thursday.
After placing aluminium shims at areas where he wanted to have separate pieces of the mould, he then began to fill in the deeper recesses of the modelling with commercial silicone.
Cameron then began to work a fluid silicone rubber over the highly modelled parts of the sculpture and left them to set overnight.
I cut up squares of felt ready for the next day and and Cameron also tore into small squares fibreglass matting ready for the epoxy resin.