Now that the silicone is done, and the plaster has been divided into workable parts (Mother-Mold = Schutzform), it’s time to get casting (cast = Abguss)! This thing is turning out to be a beast. I will need another set of hands to make the cast.
An outsider, far from home finds himself gifted with the power to create changes in the world around him. After being shunned by a local community he and his only two friends plan to travel the world to find his home. While preparing their flying machine, their lives collide with a mysterious paramilitary company, the Lancers, and the dangerous saboteurs that will go to great lengths to stop them.
I find the format for reading the comic very cool (Scribd) , and it’s a very forward-think way of presenting comics. Stay tuned everybody!
I think I told myself that the model was done three times. The third time was after these photos were taken, so it looks even a little different still. At this point in the process I am making the silicone mold, and it is covered in silicone. Unfortunately, my main man Nicky Luv is off partying in Portugal, so I have no photos of one of the mold crucial parts of this whole thing. I’ll get a shot of the mold, but for now, here what done–and then finished looks like.
Excellent Photography by Nick Simpson <—check out his new Photos of the canals in Berlin frozen over!
Here is the exhibition flyer of the artist, Hajnal Nemeth, who commissioned the model car crash. You can download the flyer from the link below, or see it alongside a detailed description of the exhibition on her website (link above)
I wanted to draw everyone’s attention to a spot that I got on an up-and-coming London-based blog called Futurising. The link is also now added on the left hand side. Take a look at both links and get a vampires taste of the London’s cultural PULSE. The articles are especially interesting off of the second link, and the first is truly full of eye candy. Guck mal an!