I was once locked on the roof of the old Technicolor building in Hollywood with some co-workers where my school is located (doing intern work, not just snooping around like you'd think). It was such a great view, I had to doctor up these pictures. You can (barely) see the Hollywood sign on the left end and the skyline of downtown LA on the right end.
Sunday, February 16, 2014
Thursday, January 2, 2014
Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Completed March 2013. This class focused on forming modeling habits which simplify the geometry. I remodeled this about 5 times until I found the most "accurate" solution for the front of the clock. Unfortunately I lost the file to show off the geometry.
Wednesday, October 23, 2013
the 7" to-be bronze
wax cast attached to a gating system
dipped in slurry/sand x7 and fired
the temporary finish
This was my first time working through this entire process, and as a result, I had no idea how much time to plan for each stage. This was by far the biggest (most expensive) pain ever, but nonetheless I would do it again.
Saturday, September 28, 2013
This is my first time chipping away at wood with terrifying electric chainsaws. I did not lose a finger, nor any other appendage, just F.Y.I. My design process underwent many changes as I realized just how difficult it is to manipulate the medium. I started extremely figurative, but I'm not sure the same reads for the finished work. The black plastic is a reject piece from a 3D printer my step-father built himself. I would do this again!