Gary Phillips I have been a freelance modelmaker since 1992 ..... My work is generally constructed from foamboard, card and paper - I do not use machine tools or have a workshop setup, but I will attempt anything I consider possible.
Tim Faithfull As part of a promotional bid to secure funding and support for the project, and to assist in the planning and development of the design, the group commissioned a model, which would show the existing theatre, and how the proposal would look when completed
Patrick Drake Click 'Architectural' at top of page We produce timber models that transform and unite the architects essence of style and function. The tactile and aesthetic qualities of timber within model making, offer endless creative opportunities.
Brad R. Torgersen The U.S.S. Paladin, NCC-1933, is my latest incarnation of the so-called Constitution-class '2270 Refit' design, first seen in "Star Trek: The Motion PictureÂ®". see left - 1 Materials & Tools Used: Scissors, serrated kitchen knife, carpet razor blade, compass, U-Haul cardboard cartons, cereal boxes, Elmer's Glue, white 20 lb. typing paper, ball-point pens, rubber bands, scotch and masking tape, colored pencils, colored markers, miscellaneous scrap card paper. Brad thoroughly explains how the model was made
EXAMPLES This studio residence hall - 132 apartments in three stories - is located near the University of California in Berkeleyâ€™s downtown business district See the use of a cardboard model in the design process see left - 2 www.dbarchitect.com/work/housing/sro/www-9217/9217-2.htm
A mold or mould is a hollowed-out block that is filled with a liquid like plastic, glass or metal. The liquid hardens or sets inside the mold, adopting its shape. This is when 'mould' is used as a noun.
But 'mould' (as a noun) can aslo mean 'sculpture produced by moulding'
'Mould' as verb can mean to form by pouring (e.g., wax or hot metal) into a cast or mould and to form in clay, wax, etc.
Stephen Allen The sculptures shown in this gallery are designed, created and hand cast in a special blend of stone powders, metal powders and resins. Each is hand finished and painted.