3D foam mills on the loading dock at Metalphysic
Full and half-sized Styrofoam 3D mills
3D mill of just a head
Styrofoam mills displayed in the gallery,
life and half-sized
Gonzalo Espinosa next to the head he sculpted,
displayed at the Tucson Sculpture Festival 2014
OpenSkan 3D scanned Gonzalo's head sculpture,
and Connor at Xerocraft printed it out
on the 3D printer he built, based on the Ultimaker
Gonzalo is using the Styrofoam mill of his head,
to make another artistic sculpture
We want to also display the Styrofoam people at the upcoming Tucson makerfaire -- Maketopolis -- on March 1st; and also the upcoming Phoenix/Mesa makerfaire -- Southwest Maker Fest -- on March 22nd.
The maker of Skratchworks sculpture medium (an air-dried clay) is in town. Gonzalo is going to make a sculpture from this material before the Tucson Sculpture Festival closes on February 15th.
Maker of Skratchworks
Catalog for the Tucson Sculpture Festival 2014 is available at Lulu:
The catalog can also be viewed online at ISSUU.
Page 10 and 11 in catalog, caption below:
During the sculpture festival there was a presentation at 6 PM most nights at the Sculpture Resource Center. Gonzalo Espinosa showed slides of his career, and then invited art discussion over "Mental Menudo."
Gonzalo speaking at his presentation
on Feb 13th
I commissioned Gonzalo
to make a masterpiece during the sculpture festival
The back side of Gonzalo's masterpiece
of Gonzalo's head piece
on top of Jesse Berlin's bronze body