Reynolds Advanced Materials specializes in turning ideas into a physical reality by showing you materials that can do things you never thought possible.
We help people like you convert concepts and project designs into a finished product. We’re easy to talk to and our expertise can guide you to the right materials and/or equipment for your application.
Reynolds Advanced Materials – Los Angeles’s Spotlight is on Small Wonders by Kyla. Small Wonders creates and specializes in making life like silicone babies. Kayla Siegel, studied art at the Florence Academy in Italy, and the Art Students League of New York, where she met Michael, her husband and co-owner. In 2011, Kyla began sculpting babies for the doll industry. (read more)
Our Orlando location hosted their Open House, and everyone had an awesome time. The turnout was great with over 100 guests. Guests were able to enjoy new product demonstrations, food, and even learn some tips and tricks from other guests and staff members. Reynolds – Orlando would like to thank everyone for coming out to the Open House and cannot wait to see you again at the next one. (read more)
Phil Clark from Reynolds-Dallas created this amazing creature hand as part of his amazing Halloween costume. Phil started his build by sculpting the transformed arm onto a Hydro Stone lifecast, with non sulfur clay. After sculpting, he went to work on the mold making process. Phil chose to work with Smooth-On products Brush-On 40, Brush-On 50, and Free Form Air. (read more)
Reynolds Advanced Materials – Orlando was at the Spooky Empire 2014 Show, and we had a fantastic time! (read more)
We visit Frank Ippolito’s shop to learn about making ultra-realistic fake hands as Halloween props. Frank walks us through the step-by-step process of molding your own hand and making a silicone casting, and then cutting and painting up the fake hand to look realistically gory. (read more)