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Today the crew is molding a new sculpture. The largest pieces we are able to cast in metal are about 2ft x 2ft, so the crew has to think about size and as well as shape as they cut the clay sculpture into individual pieces to be molded.

Once we have the molds created, we will use those molds to create wax versions of the sculpture. The wax versions are what we send to the local foundries and in return, we receive exact copies of these pieces in bronze.
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Today the crew is molding a new sculpture. The largest pieces we are able to cast in metal are about 2ft x 2ft, so the crew has to think about size and as well as shape as they cut the clay sculpture into individual pieces to be molded. 

Once we have the molds created, we will use those molds to create wax versions of the sculpture. The wax versions are what we send to the local foundries and in return, we receive exact copies of these pieces in bronze.Image attachmentImage attachment+2Image attachment

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Okay. Interesting One.... Why the playing cards? Seems like a waste. Two... What will the finished project look like? All I can imagine is a historical Chinese character.

The process sounds so interesting and the results are incredible 🤩

Thanks for explaining, incredible work y’all do!

Such an interesting process. Thank you for sharing it.

Wow! That is quite a process.

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Lundeen Sculpture

338 East 4th Street
Loveland, CO 80537

Phone: (970) 669-7176
Fax: (970) 669-9493

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