This is how she looks cast in Smooth-Cast 305 urethane resin. The only part missing is her back head plate which connects her neck to her head. I am still working that part in carving wax and should be ready to be made into a mold soon.
For now I have been casting her molds in resin using the pressure pot at 50-55 psi. There are a few bubbles that I had to add vents to the silicone rubber molds. There is one on her front torso next to her leg (that you can see in the above picture) and 2 on her head. Otherwise the molds are working out just great.
I learned a lot just working on completing her. For one the joints and how to wire and string them for the range of motion I desire. And I also learned that I can use plastruct rods inside her molds when casting resin and the resin won't stick if I use mold release. I haven't tested using plastruct rods (which help keep certain parts hollow) without the use of mold release though. Why risk it?