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Roman Baths, BATH The Roman Baths in Bath asked me to reproduce a replica of a Roman bronze artifact called "The Liver of Piacenza" which is currently held in Italy, as we could not have the original to make a silicone mould I had to reproduce the liver from many photos and information provided by the museum

 

 

Clay sculpture

 

Resin Mould

I had to make a resin mount for the Roman Baths to display a computer scanned replica of Minerva
         

I was asked to produce the master logo of Fly 53 on top of a skull which was produced by Skulls Direct who are  mass-producing them for all there stores. Computers could not do this work as Fly 53 told me, they had tried 300 other places before finding me.

FLY53 is a rebel clothing chain, designed and born into the world to protect and serve the 24 hour party people. Standing proud and strong since 1994.

          How the skull was made

 

Silicone mould formed in Lego bricks Finished mould Bat I carved from polyester filler Bat in crystal clear resin   Bat with lights showing bat sparkling Head on angle showing the changes in light
a haunted glow when the lights are out This bat is from the same mould but in brass resin Woodland creatures in brass resin

the owl is part polished and made from copper filler in resin

showing carved resin above with moulded resin below each

       
Resin insert of green Brass resin made from a trophy I'd won    

 

I have designed three shields for the Somerset County Golf Category Championships and rather than carve three Somerset Gryphons I have decided to carve one in a polyester based filler and cast three brass resin figures from a silicone mould.
Shields having American walnut burr set in Gryphon carved from a polyester based filler

 

Finished silicone mould in which I have poured a real brass and resin mix

Because it is real brass suspended in resin the Gryphon only needs to be polished Ready to glue walnut veneer
 
  Cutting the veneer freehand Hired help working hard

After lacquer showing a glass finish

 

 
Presentation of the Trophies

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