with a big double door near by for loading in.
The art department did an amazing job transforming the given space into the lounge you see on the show
See there he is in the background. This summer I will be hauling Revenge-Bot out for another art show and will keep everyone posted on the Gallery and dates of the show.
The very beginning back in the fall of 2012 at the Pretty In Plastic parking lot.
Trimming down some of the metal brackets
The foam adhesive was another sticky un-dissolvable expanding glue
that managed to get everywhere.
Getting closer to the finished form. The dust from the sculpting foam is very harsh and
it gets everywhere, worse then sand or sawdust since it clings by static electricity and is not water soluble.
Complete structure ready for resin coating then prime and paint.
Two coats of auto primer
Rolling and brushing several coats of metal acrylic paint. The paint is infused with iron so it does have a metal base for real rust.
After the metal paint the sculpt is sprayed multiple times with a copper oxide solution
this is what creates the authentic rust finish.
Now looking very rusty in the blazing sun.
A couple of finishing touches at the gallery...
And it is done!