The material I used to cover the box I am building (a lycra spandex mix that is thin) didn't really soak the resin like I expected. Gave the box a great shape but it did wrinkle a little during the drying process. This morning is is not hard like it should be. It is dry but not hard enough to pull the form objects from inside. I thought I used enough resin, maybe not. It did however curve to my forms great. Keep in mind that I am going to go into the inside and use a resin and Cabosil mixture to strenthen it (should I add strands to this mixture?). So, here are my options for the outside before pulling the form filling objects from the inside:
1.) Pull material off and use a different fabric,
2.) Slop another layer of resin on top of the fabric, or
3.) Put one layer of chop mat and resin on the outside.
This box will be finished and painted if it makes a difference on the above methods. I'm opting towards three right now. Thanks!