My good ol' buddy Shawn Thorsson ( great guy, buy his book here) is working on a set of Fallout power armor. His build diary can be found on his blog http://protagonist4hire.blogspot.com/ Every once in a while when I can I try to help out where I can at his shop and learn a thing or two. Especially with this build! While I've helped out here and there before this blog post I haven't documented anything prior. ( I mean, who wants to read about sanding and bondo right?) First,
Every senior at California College of the Arts has their own exhibition come senior year. It's great for students to go out with a bang and show potential clients some of their best work. I took this opportunity to show my best work and pushed myself to make new work just for the show. I spent my last two semesters perfecting most of the new artwork and all that hard work paid off. Pretty much everything in this show is seen up close in my portfolio, this page will just sh
So I have some time to Kill and an empty space in the wall for my Senior Exhibition, hmmmmmm. I decided to bronze cast some Rings. I got this file offline and 3D printed 15 in PLA, Normaly people cast in wax and burn out the wax in the plaster mold. Luckily PLA will burn out just as easily so no need to make these out of wax! I hated this part. gating is the worst. Have to be so meticulous, ughh!!!!! But now thier ready to be inserted into the plaster mix, and then burn out!