Boris Update

April 25th, 2011


A quick update on my troll for the 2011 Midland Downtown Sculpture Series, each individual element for Boris is complete and the next step is assembling all the pieces and filling the interior spaces with expandable foam.

 

At this point the basic shape is roughed out but there is still a lot of work to do adding finishing details and textures. Boris still needs warts, hair, arms, burlap cape and the final skin texture.

 

Note that in the photos the head is just sitting on top of the body structure, when it is actually assembled it will sort of be sunk into the top of the body, lowered about 10 inches and positioned looking more straight forward versus looking up.


 

Currently his progress is dependent on the weather because he needs to be completed in our garage as he is too large to get through the doorway of our house.  Lately the weather has been a little too cold (and wet) for me to comfortably work in the garage, hopefully this next week temperatures will start to warm up into the mid 60’s.


 

Overall he is shaping up according to plan and I’m really looking forward to seeing him complete and take his place downtown Midland.



 

 

Posted by scottastoll on April 25th, 2011 | Filed in RAMBLINGS | 1 Comment »


One Response to “Boris Update”

  1. April 26th, 2011 at 4:52 am

    Lyman Riegel said:

    ‘You know, old chap,’ said Joe, looking at me, and not at Mrs Joe, with his bite still in his cheek, ‘I Bolted, myself, when I was your age — frequent– and as a boy I’ve been among a many Bolters; but I never see your Bolting equal yet, Pip, and it’s a mercy you ain’t Bolted dead.’

    “Great Expectations”, Charles Dickens



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