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Old 12-24-2017, 08:18 PM
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New Figure technique using air chasing

I came up this really simple technique one day; it's created from a copper water pipe; It's not the style of sculpture that I create so I've just experimented with it briefly...not an expert.This technique consists of air chasing and folding, could incorporate expansion to stretch areas of the pipe outwards. If somebody is interested I can give instructions.Low carbon footprint BTW

The sculpture was suppose to be cast in large, so the technique was for a model but I may make a large model from a large pipe.
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