Point-ups for fine arts bronze casting as well as commercial resin casting.
"Alone with Memories" by Alex Palkovich Point-up in high-density foam
Mare and foal by Tammy Penn Point-up in high-density foam even captures the delicate ears and facial features.
"Musica" Figure 2, by Alan LeQuire One of nine figures enlarged to over twice life-size. Armatures were carefully designed to hold the weight of the clay and molds and also come apart for shipping.
"Seahorse Fountain" by Tony Hochstetler This seahorse was reduced to 3/5 size in foam from the bronze original.
"Bolt" by Julie Warren Conn Point-up in clay ready for molding.
"Birth of the Sacred Ram" by Timothy Nimmo The detail in this enlargement is achieved by using firm tan colored J-Mac Classic clay.
"Tethys" by Tuck Langland This life-size foam-only sculpture enlargement is cut 1/4" below the finished surface to allow for the sculpture's clay covering to applied and detailed by the sculptor himself.
"Next Winter's Bread" by David Alan Clark photo by Mel Schockner Enlarged to life-size, this foam with clay sculpture has all the required form and is now ready for the artist to apply just the fine detail.
"Monumental Tribute to a Legendary Giant" by Gary DuChateau
IF IT HAS TO BE REALLY, REALLY BIG..... Enlarged from the 12" tall bronze cast original, the 36' tall and 50' long Woolly Mammoth is being built from over 100 pieces in 3' high layers. An intermediate four foot tall point-up was done to enhance the detail.
"Ursa Major" by Mark Kuzara Smooth surfaces are accurately achieved in clay
Great detail in High Density Foam from a 3-D printed maquette