I am looking to create a mold of stone formations in the field and am struggling to find information that relates to my specific research.
Here, I want to be able to create a mold of the points of contact between stones that have fallen together and are touching.
The stones are removable once the mold has been created, so I do not need to worry about a method of retrieving the mold from it's position.
I will also not be using the mold to create any replicas of the rock formation, I will just be using it to help highlight the shape of the formation, i.e., where the stones are in contact and where there are gaps.
In order to do this, I need to use a material that is able to penetrate between the gaps between the stones, that will also cure in an environment that I cannot necessarily clean very well, and will not stick to a stone surface.
The level of detail does not need to be extreme, and the presence of some bubbles is okay, I just need to gain an overarching sense of how the stones are resting against one and other .
If anyone has any guidance that would be greatly appreciated.