Thursday, July 31, 2008

'Senior Moment' elephant sculpture is back from the foundry...




I'm excited to see that my elephant patina is looking good after a close scrutiny up close and personal.
I've taken some pics on my Canon powershot which is good enough for web purposes but not high enough resolution for any decent size printed output.
Also, my lights are pretty small. It's getting to be a stretch for them doing sculpture this size (20" tall)
So it's getting photographed elsewhere with a higher res camera and better lights.
Mind you, I like the way he's looking in my pics.
Nice job Bronze Smith.
More goodies on my website...

4 comments:

Dennis Knepp said...

Steve, I'm really impressed. I have limited experience with lost wax casting, but nothing on this scale or with your talent. I hope you sell many pieces for good prices.

And thank you for commenting on my aphorisms. I find words easier to cast.

Dennis said...

Steve, I moved my blog to eatchocolateeveryday.blogspot.com. As my second commentator, I thought I should inform you. --Dennis

Amy - "Twelve Acres" said...

I've never seen anything like it. I think it's brilliant. I can picture an elephant with this expressin on its face too!

Maria Cristina said...

What a beautiful piece, your attention to detail is impressive!