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This is awesomeness incarnate! You made metal look fluid and in motion and gave it the details of "life", but still showcased the lovely luster of your metal medium. It's really rare to pull off this sort of balance. I do hope you are teaching people how to do this kind of work... Speaking of which...
Did you use the Lost Wax process and a MIG welder for a project this size? The patina is exquisite! I've spent hours and hours of layering and burnishing Liver of Sulfur trying to produce a finish like that and one little screw up can make me have to go back and start over. You make it look so seamless and natural, and that's no small feat. I cast non-ferrous on a smaller scale and I've always wondered how one pulls off a project of these proportions... Especially with all of those undercuts, and the weight, heat-transference, and "scaffolding" issues just for starters... If you ever want to talk about the process, I'd be a happy listener. If and until then...*All* of your work is really top drawer, and an inspiration. Thank you.
Thank you for such kind words here. I was a 'born artist' self tught, and went to work for a bronze foundry to learn my work... I spent 9 years at that foundry. I only share what I share here... I do not do my own paitina's. I suggest a foundry.. There are many books as well. Thanks again for the compliments!