Monday, November 26, 2012
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Eventually at some point in my life I wanted to make some really big sculptures. When I worked in special effects there was nothing quite like being part of a team realizing a giant character sculpt, Mount Rushmore replica, and so on. I had been planning the 100 Robots Show at Gallery 1988 and thought it might be the perfect show for a really big sculpt. Pretty In Plastic Studios was a huge help. She suggested doing the piece in sculpting foam with a resin coat. I have limited experience sculpting foam, and I knew that such a large piece is going to require a welded metal frame something I have no experience with. Julie put me in touch with Master Foam Sculptor (my title for him) Gerald Donofrio and Welder extraordinaire Erik James. Working with this guys and their ability to go with the project and improvise on the fly made the project much smoother.
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Saturday, November 10, 2012
Pretty In Plastic shooting the last coats of primer on the Revenge-Bot, hence the mask goggles and what not. It's been a long arduous process that said I'm happy with the results. With the opening fast approaching there's still much to do, 100 Robots takes some time.