Cosplay is everywhere. Conventions are going on all the time, events are being held at bars around town and having an amazing costume to be seen at any of these is a must! As any good cosplayer knows a lot of effort goes into creating costumes and those little touches and fine details make all […]
Sorry for the delay on this post. I’ve been run off my feet with a job I can’t talk about! Lol Now that the elephants are in the public realm, I can reveal that they were for the VIVD festival of light in Sydney last month. They featured as collection boxes that lit up and […]
For the last couple of weeks, I have been building, moulding and casting a life size Asian elephant head. It’s been quite a process from beginning to end, and the difficulty has definitely been compounded by the scale. For this project I have made use of all my skills and even some of other peoples! […]
What is maternity casting? It is a life cast taken of your pregnant belly. I take a ‘skin safe’ and non toxic algenate and plaster mould of your body and create a unique and commemorative keepsake of this moment. With the mould created, I immediately produce a plaster casting of your belly.
Sculpting, moulding, and casting techniques for prosthetic makeup. The past week was a busy one! I spent the week introducing students at the Cameron Jane School of Makeup Design for a unit in their Diploma of Specialist Make-up Services. In this unit they learnt how to sculpt, mould, and life cast for prosthetic makeup. What an […]
In the ever changing life of a mould maker, I was called to a job at the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre to take hand and foot impressions of the world record breaking swimmer Ashley Callus.
Bottersnikes & Gumbles – Behind the scenes of animation. Last year I had the pleasure of revisiting my roots in making sets for film and TV. Making miniature sets is my absolute favourite job. Everything must be made from scratch and it is really incredible watching a whole environment spring to life. The level of detail […]
Sculpting a winner for the Bowl-A-Rama trophies Last weekend (20/21st FEB 2016) Bowl-A-Rama took place in Bondi. Over two days top of the crop skaters took place in the competition heats advancing through to the finals on Sunday.
The process of embedding an object into a clear resin block might seem like an easy one, but actually it’s one of the more difficult techniques to achieve with resins…but gee it looks good!