So here are 3 of my first duck calls. All use Echo inserts. All are PR that I casted. I was trying out my shapes and think I like the middle shape the best and think I will continue to use that shape. this is blue and bronze pearl
this one is green with hints of purple pearl
this one is blue and orange....where the blue meets the orange the blue turned purple
Having done a few pours with PR, getting the timing of the pour is critical for good/great color separation. Once the two(or more colors) separate colors go into the mold, they continue to try to mix until the 'flash' holds them. Waiting is hard, but it will increase the separation to a whole different level. Some of the 'swirliest' pours have come from 'mistakes' during pen blank making...where the 'flash' started during the pour and the mix was dumped into the 'standby mold'.......
I would inquire the following questions:
#1: Is the sound as good as using a dense chunk of wood?
#2: Did you 'heat treat' these pours after removing them from the molds?
#3: Are you using anything to swirl the mix in the mold?
The calls look great, and someone will be happy to take them off your hands! Maybe the dazzling colors will blind the duck(s) on the way to the blast of pellets awaiting them! I know, I need all the help I can get when duck hunting
Scott (butt, beak, bang) B
Love cutting timber! Can cut any size you want!
Can also dream up some fantastic swirlie combos for that next call!