NEWS FROM THE POND

NEWS FROM THE POND

How to Avoid Common Mistakes

Sculptural Enlargements and Scale

January 30th, 2014

By and far one of the most common errors that occurs with sculptural enlargements is the failure to maintain scale. Traditional enlargement methods tend to fall three categories: the ‘eyeball’ method, wherein one simply enlarges the sculpture based on looking at the model, the ‘frame’ method, wherein a frame is constructed and strung with strings in order to create a 3D grid for placement points and the ‘caliper’ method, wherein set points are measured and enlarged to scale.

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