CHAPTER SIX

3D FOR PRESENTATIONS AND CNC MILLING FOR ENLARGEMENTS

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“I rarely sketch my ideas on paper. I have been sculpting for so long that my brain automatically thinks in 3D. When I want to create a presentation for a client, I can work through the movement, action pose, and possibilities using 3D tools. The process is fast and enjoyable. In these digital presentations, we can “walk around” virtual models together and see the possibilities.”

Bridgette Mongeon

 

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Jenna by sculptor Bridgette Mongeon

 

 

For centuries, artists have been creating miniature maquettes, a smaller version of a life-size or monumental sculpture. ...

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