Poured Into A Mould

The photo-journalistic domumenta and drawings of a mouldmaker and artist captured through architectural restorations and art-related industry.

Thursday, March 01, 2012

Concrete Masonry Unit Ideas

[edited in Mar 2, 2012...new sketches in different style, with a rounder version of block. -AK]
     I've been working on a concrete masonry unit again thinking about fences. This one presents the illusion of a woven surface by bulging out a little bit. The technique will incorporate stacking over re-bar and allignment along the horizontal axes  with dimples and studs.

Wednesday, January 04, 2012

Heated Table, Part Four (continued and a half)

The start of a shelf to store Plastelene clay in stailess steel food service pans

Having copied from something I got at a restaurant supply.

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Heated Table ~ Part Four (continued)

This shows the partial assembly of the table's two short sides, the dimensions as determined by the three-inch hole spacing, and the bottom shelf board. Below is a detail of the top bolt's vertical alignment where the top pieces are in a position above the side piece to illustrate the dimensions needed for the proper fit.

Above, a basic illustration using Google Sketchup for the frame of the heated table, sized 30 inches in height, 36 inches in width, and 24 inches in depth.

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Budding Sculptor at 56, chiefly interested in mold-making and casting, with particular interest in geometric abstraction, industrial technology, vis a vis solar power and re-chargable batteries that could power kinetic sculpture and illuminate LCD screens.

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