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Making a prototype, sketch model, or maquette is often a useful step in identifying at an early stage some of the practical issues that lie ahead.
Creating an object in separate components to be combined later can often help to overcome technical or production problems, see paper sphere,
An attempt to combine the cube and the sphere in one object.
Made with the same type of wire as object , the sphere is quickly built up using soldered curved sections with a radius of 6-cm.
The material is black iron annealed wire, 16 standard wire gauge, soft, and satisfying to bend between finger and thumb.
Using a pattern printed onto cartridge paper, sections are carefully cut using a scalpel.
A reasonably accurate sphere can be made easily by hand from wire mesh (chicken wire), scrim and plaster.
Cast using the same plaster mould see slide as object41, see slide,and object etc the technique is to fill the mould entirely, allow the outer “skin; to thi
Using the same plaster mould as object 06, the beeswax is poured in its molten state into the mould which has previously been soaked in water in order to fa
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