When designing a sculpture there are many ways we can think or approach the project, but our main and concetrated focus is to the feelings we are wanting to elicit in the viewer.
Taking the Polar bear cub sculpture as an example, we were wanting to create a feeling of innocence and vulnerability in the sculpture, and these adjectives drove the creative process every step of the way - taking an overarching steer on the project.
This means every moment we work on the project we don't forget we are driving to create a sculpture with those qualities. Keeping this focus enables us to create an end product that is unique and delivers beyond expectations.
Our sculpture process is defined by nearly thirty years of experience in this field, resulting in an efficiency which buys us time to focus on the creative brief and ensure a superb outcome instead of the alternative repairing of mistakes and the resulting - sadly inevitable - catching up of lost time.
Utilising SuperHuge 3D Printing gives us an enormous advantage over any competitor, as the efficiencies outweigh other processes whether they be by machine or hand.
Knowing our process is recyclable and the greenest in the industry, we are able to bring a sense of fun and joy to the project. We really are happy to produce such wonders for our clients.
Our love for the creation of amazing sculpture grows and blossoms day-by-day. We love exploring a project, uncovering truths and searching for an incredible outcome.
Combining this love with a love of this incredible planet we inhabit: forging a green, sustainable path into the future gives us an unmatched desire to engage clients in discussion about new projects, exploring new artistic opportunities.