Hand Casting and Hand-Print not the same? The answer is - not the same.
"Hand-Print" is 2D (bi-dimensional) print by leaving an imprint on the surface, like stamps, "Inkless Print" or pushing imprint using dough. This are on flat surface and have only one angle of view (length and width).
Casting is 3D (three-dimensional - width, height, depth, and length) process of creating a three-dimensional copy of a living human body, through the use of moulding and casting techniques.
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