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[Mensen met te veel vrije tijd] .. papier vouwen voor gevorderden Vorige post Onderaan pagina Volgende post
The married couple Allen and Patty Eckman are known for their fine and detailed sculptures made of acid free cast paper.
Their art shows mostly sculptures of Indians, but it also includes nature, women, children and animals.
The couple have created the sculptures since 1988 and are the only masters of their medium having
Eckman Method of Cast Paper Sculpture as their own trademark.


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some guy 3.107 (wzl-lid) | Quote 8/3/2010 - 11:49u
Waaauw.. wat kunnen ze dat goed..

hmm een koppel ... Ik weet iets wat ze blijkbaar NIET kunnen.
streetkiwi 3.959 (wzl-lid) | Quote 8/3/2010 - 11:51u
is dit nog vouwen..?
Dookini 0.899 (wzl-lid) | Quote 8/3/2010 - 12:00u
What is Cast Paper ?

First an original clay sculpture is done, after the sculpture is completed a mold is then made from the original sculpture. Carefully removing the mold, the sculpture is then set aside.

Pulp is made by cooking and beating plant fibers or cloth. Most artists use pulp made of cotton linter, the young cotton fibers which are found closest to the seed of the cotton plant. To help the fibers bond together, an adhesive called methyl cellulose is added to the pulp. It also helps to harden the dry paper.

The resulting paper is Archival, it has no acids and no impurities.

Casting is done by placing the pulp directly into the mold which is made of a nonabsorbent material such as terra cotta, or plaster which has been varnished. The pulp is patted into the mold with the hand, and then the excess water is removed with sponges. The artist continues to sponge the paper, all the time squeezing the sponge to remove the excess water. At the same time, he slowly begins to press the paper into the mold. The casting is allowed to dry in the air, and when it's completely dry, the finished sculpture is removed from the mold.

Mats have been cut and final embellishments are added ( paint, feathers, horse hair, etc.) each piece is carefully numbered and signed before framing.
LowE 3.329 (wzl-lid) | Quote 8/3/2010 - 15:11u
casting >< vouwen
Teknologic 4.112 (wzl-lid) | Quote 8/3/2010 - 16:34u
Ja tuurlijk is da ni vouwen, zelfs me een miljoen vouwkes krijgde nog ni zo'n mooi afgeronde oppervlakken.
Maar of het nu 'papier vouwen' of 'katoenvezels casten' is, chic gedaan

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