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Posts in October, 2012

Thunder Blood Bowl League Trophy Presented

thunderbowl guantletInspired Bronze completed and presented the Thunderbowl Blood Bowl League Spike! Trophy.

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Thunderbowl Blood Bowl League Trophy Completed

groupedforblogInspired Bronze has completed and presented the Thunderbowl Blood Bowl League Spike! Trophy. Inspired Bronze was selected to remake this year's coveted Spike! Trophy in bronze. The unique bronze trophy was presented to the winner of the Spike! Magazine Trophy at the Spike! Magazine Tournament’s closing ceremony, September 30, 2012 in Vancouver, Canada.  Each year a trophy is awarded to the coach with the highest coaching record achieved at the Spike! Magazine tournament.

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Art News: A Buddha, Full of Air, Sits Serenely on the Waves

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The 10-foot-high inflatable Buddha sat on a wooden lily pad in a cove of the East River, bobbing gently back and forth on the ripples of the tide. On a late September day, its translucent plastic skin glittered with the changing patterns of sunlight and clouds. The stone lighthouse of Roosevelt Island and the steel and glass towers of Manhattan rose in the distance.

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John Henry “Pop” Lloyd Award Completed

john henry pop 11 1Inspired Bronze recently completed the custom bronze John Henry “Pop” Lloyd Humanitarian Award. The custom bronze awards model a three-dimensional bust of National Baseball Hall of Fame great, John Henry “Pop” Lloyd. The bust is modeled from a traditional portrait of Pop Lloyd wearing the “BXG” baseball jersey and cap.

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Lost Wax

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Lost-wax bronze casting is the process by which a bronze sculpture is cast from an artist’s sculpture.  It is the method of casting bronze, in which a mold is formed around a wax pattern (replicate of what will later be bronze), which is subsequently melted and drained away; hence the term “lost wax”.  In essence, it replaces the original model with wax first, then with bronze.

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