The fourth colony cast turned out great. Like the others in the session (except the 2nd), I captured a large amount of the above ground hill, which is very difficult normally. It turned out 20.5 lb. This one was on display at the La Habra Children's Museum in California.
It was very late on the third night of casting and digging, and I was honestly dreading doing the final cast. After finishing the fourth cast, I shined my flashlight on the last colony to assess it and realized that I had stepped in it. At first I was relieved that it was ruined and I couldn't possibly cast it. Then, the idea of casting the shoe print came to me and I just couldn't call it a night without giving that a try. The shoe print looked cool with the classic converse tread pattern. I had to basically recreate the shoe print in place with sand, and build up the edges so that it would cast properly. I also broke up some sticks and spelled out "AHA" (abbreviation for Anthill Art) on the shoe print that would "inscribe" that in the final cast. I shined up the final cast and painted in the AHA. While not a professional cast by any means, but I think it turned out pretty cool. It will make a cool little wall plaque for my workshop.
The finished ant colony cast can be seen here: http://anthillart.com/castings/077/
Part 1 is here: https://www.brighteon.com/dashboard/videos/3e9226be-45e5-4e1e-8fc9-19fbd58cd050
Part 2 is here: https://www.brighteon.com/dashboard/videos/ec6df37e-59d9-4c07-8392-5d6c75f0c823
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