Just like the other forms of modelmaking, product modelmaking has its own set of challenges,
like encorperating elecronics into a working prototype for instance, or cutting to high tolerances
on digital, or even computer controlled machinery. Even a non-functioning mock-up may have compound
curves, and, like all product models, require a perfect paint finish.
Full size mock-up of virtual reality headgear in Perspex, modelled by the lovely Nina. College work-2 weeks. Sticking to self made drawings interpreted from a designers sketch.
'Sculpted' original Batman figure for the famously popular bedside clock in three days including paint finish and cape. Solid car body filler over a wire armature due to a rediculous deadline. Client required no changes. Figure stands 8" tall.
BT Card phone
Primarily 'plastic wood' or UREOL, forms the basis of this digitally milled piece. Actual size 1:1.
A whale of a moby
Ten times actual size, this giant mobile phone is made of fibre-glass over carved polyurethane foam. Working TV installed and illuminated buttons. Two weeks .90% build.
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