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Previous A plaster test casting, and rubber mold, from the clay original, contained in the plaster mother mold. The mold halves are indexed together, and wax is swirled around inside until a 1/4" thickness is obtained. This is done for every section; sections are cast using the ceramic shell technique, and the resulting bronze is welded together, ground, filed, chased, and patinated to finish. Eugene is made of thirteen sections. Next
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