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  1. #1
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    Default Corpus Sculpture Complete! See Page 2 for finished pictures!

    I was commissioned to make a 5 ft. tall corpus sculpture to hang at the parish of St. Marry Magdalene, Brighton MI. Design was created by me and my brother ( Noah Hornberger) have about 30hours into it so far.





    Last edited by jessehornberger; 08-03-2010 at 01:35 PM. Reason: Finished!
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    Looks awesome so far. Is it stainless or are you painting or powder coating it?
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    Default Steel

    It is made out of 16 gauge hot rolled sheet metal and the linen cloth will be made out of copper. When it is finished I am going to spray it with a few coats of automotive clear coat.
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    Looks good man. I think I met one of your former instructors in Ypsi a few weeks back, we were talking about sculptures and he mentioned a former student that was working on a piece for a church.

    I like how you did the lay out.

    -Josh

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    looks good, very interesting art
    Anything you could do, I could do better.
    I can do anything better than you!
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    Looks awesome

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    looks really nice, good job so far :]
    Lala

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    Default Fantastic!

    That is some fantastic work. I'm afraid that if I ever tried to do something like that it would look like a suit of armor that was just run over by a bulldozer.

    I like the post-modernistic twist to old world mythology. It's like reverse steampunk! The Greek, Roman and Christian gods are all so interesting. ...do one of Allah and you'll have a fatwa against you!

    Great job!

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    Default Update

    Just wanted to show my progress. I have been working on the head and neck





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    30 gal. Sand Blaster
    Planishing Hammer
    150lb Anvil
    10" Swing Logan Lathe

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    Default Iron Man

    You could build Iron Man like the movie Looks great. Keep up the great work

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