After a basic framework was made of wire (reinforcement), the sulpture will be shaped from wax.
For this purpose, depending on the need, various types of wax are available. Wenn this is finished, it comes in the foundry, were ventilation and sprues are atached, before the work is wrapped in a refractory plaster coat and is placed in the oven.
The wax is melted out, where a part flows out and a part get burnd.
Now liquid bronze is poured in the resulting plaster - refractory mould. After cooling down the bronze, is the sculpture free tagged of beat and sprues are cut off.
This is followed by the post-processing and patinating work.
Making a cast of that sculpture must be taken with a silicone negative with surrounding plaster coat which are filled with wax and then in turn with vent and is provided, finally wrapped in refractory plaster cast schannels.
The other process is identical to the one discribed earlier.
The artist determines the number of casts and the Edition.
SCULPTURES MADE OF PLASTIC:
PLASTIC CAST: Of the sculpture in wax or clay, a silicone and plaster negative will be created and then it will be filled with plastic (it can olso be filled with cement etc.)
SCULPTURE MADE OF PLASTIC: On a basic framework of metal, wood or other materials, the sculpture will be directly formed with plastic filler.
SCULPTURE COVERED WITH PLASTIC: Over a sculpture built from a variety of materials, are placed multiple layers of plastic that are reinforced by glass fiber mats or other materials from the like.
SCULPTURES MADE OF MORTAR:
A sculpture built from a variety of materials, gets covered by a multiple of mortar layers, that is reinforced by mats or other materials from the like.