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I wrote this blog post a few years ago when I was the Senior Metalwork Technician at Wimbledon College of Art.
Using a pattern printed onto cartridge paper, sections are carefully cut using a scalpel.
PG Cert Learning and Teaching 2010
Manda Helal, Ceramic & General Technician
The images depict the process of designing and producing numbered, flat packable, self supporting, acrylic spheres.
There are many types of electric motor from small battery powered mirror ball motors turning very slowly to large 240v motors able to rotate at speeds in excess of 1400 revolutions per minute (rpm)
I always use MPEG Streamclip for this job it’s a free to download and use on your Mac and Windows (from squared5.com)
Information based on my notes made from Tracy Lilley casting tutor for this workshop.
Possible suppliers to try -
Slides from an enjoyable afternoon talking 'Online Collaborative Practice & WebMaking' @ChelseaUAL including a carful blend of Yosser Hughes & Visitors and Residents
Eating is sharing
Making is creating
Family is promotion
Speech is collaboration
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