Fellows, looking for a gift for that special someone? How about a replica of your penis? You can make it yourself with a little plaster, silicone, and latex. You start by making a plaster positive of your penis.
This is in many ways the most difficult part of the process, as it involves maintaining an erection while your penis is held still in wet alginate. The mold must be carefully made so that there are no voids (air bubbles) trapped in the structure of the mold. Here is a summary of the process.
The first step is to make a tube from the report cover which has about 1/4 to 3/4 of an inch greater size than your erect penis. The idea of this is to have an open tube into which the mold material can be poured, but tight enough so that it can be push over the balls to form a tight enough seal that not too much of the mold making alginate can escape. Once the tube is the right size, tape it so that it won’t unroll, but the top and bottom are still open. The tube should be a couple of inches longer than the penis, so that there will be a gap between the head of the penis and the top of the tube.
Measure the required amount of alginate into a mixing bowl, and put enough water in a glass to make the thickest, fastest setting formula. Get an erection (You do want to make a copy of your erect penis, don’t you?) then tie the latex hose around the base of the penis below the balls. Don’t tie it too tight – you don’t want to completely cut off the circulation to your penis. Mix the alginate carefully, then place the tube over your penis, then pour the alginate in the top of the tube, working the tube up and down slightly to get rid of air bubbles. You should do this in an area where it has tiled floor, not carpet. After 2 or 3 minutes, remove the latex hose from your penis, and “shrink” out of the mold.
Mix the plaster carefully, and then pour the plaster into the mold, making sure to eliminate as many air bubbles as possible. Since the mold is so deep, you will have to pay careful attention to this. Using the vibrator on the outside of the mold will make some of the bubbles come out, but there is still no substitute for careful pouring. Let the plaster set.