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|Most jobs require some sculpting. Repairing statues
usually does, and repairing old pieces for moldmaking does too.
But sometimes the job calls for sculpting something from a picture or a drawing or just an idea.
|Ship's figurehead statue made for the Harborview,
a San Diego hotel restaurant, by a team of Memphians.
My shop lifecasted the model, sculpted her hair, and integrated a steel bracket in her
back. A costume designer sewed an old-fashioned dress and fitted it on her.
Scott Blake with Design 500 added the billowing cloak, stiffened all the fabric, and did the amazing paintjob.
Wonder Products Co. (Wonder Horse - my history of the company)