Category Archives: Sculpture/ Ceramics

Life Size LEGO Blocks

Have you ever dreamed of being able to climb inside that lego castle you made when you were a kid? Well dream no more, because the company Ever Block makes gigantic LEGO shaped bricks that you can use to make tables, chairs, desks, walls…anything! Check them out and get to work on that life sized castle!

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Musical to Visual: Turning 3D Printed Art into Audible Pieces

I read this fascinating article about this company named Reify that’s creating these sculptural pieces that, when scanned by their app, create music. I was completely blown away when I watched the video. I can only imagine how much these cost but I know I’m gonna start saving…I mean how cool would it be to listen to Bohemian Rhapsody from one of these amazing designs?

Check out the video of how they work and let me know what you think. it’s amazing what technology can do.

Fox Figure for Stop Motion

Hello again! At the request of my Stop Motion professor I am posting my process on how I made my fox creature for my upcoming final project.

I started with a complete wire frame, she was going to be about 9 inches tall

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then I used Sculpey to shape the head


once she was finished baking I added hair, a tail, and stuffing to flesh out the body.




Next came the clothes,…

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and then the final details in oil clay. She was originally supposed to be able to support herself/stand, but she got a little weak in the knees at the last minute, so I changed her character a bit and made her a…


really cool steampunk-esque wheelchair! The picture doesn’t do it justice, you ‘ll just have to wait for the movie to see it in all it’s glory!


Wire Goldfish

An independent project I did in my spare time, he hangs in my bedroom now 🙂


Sculpture Projects

floating chair sculpture

Chair Project


Food Project

octopus sculpture


Class Project: A Giant 8-Foot Octopus

Wire Lion Sculpture

This was my first project for my 3-D Design class. The objective was to create an animal using wire, but the style of how much wire you used, how you wrapped it, etc…was completely up to you. This is my interpretation of a lion. What do you think?