Plaster Breast Sculpture
I recently took one of my mother-in-law's brassieres and filled it with plaster of paris. Before I poured the plaster in the bra cup, I lined it first with a layer of plastic film. After about eight hours, it was fully dried and I could remove the plaster breast from the brassiere mold. My mother-in-law has really large breasts. She wears a size 38 and her cup size is G. When I showed her the mold, she was excited and gave me a big hug. The next thing I did was to paint the plaster breasts. I mounted the finished breasts on a board with a frame and hung it on the wall. My mother-in-law really liked my plaster breast sculpture.
— Pierce, 24