Lombard Design with 101st CAB, Wings of Destiny.October 23rd, 2016 at 4:01pm
We're proud to present this 48"x48" sculpture for 1-101st Aviation designed for their conference room. Made of eps foam (like your coffee cup), coated in several layers of resin and painted to give the realistic appearance of cast bronze, it weighs in at less than 10lbs., and is hanging from only two drywall screws. This cuts down on the cost immensely and allows it to be hung with extreme ease. If you need an actual bronze sculpture (especially if it is needed for outdoor public use) we can also produce that.
Music Credit: Miza and Dr. Drake "Back to the Future"
For the first time this year, Lombard Design will be taking five days off from Monday the 10th thru Friday the 15th. This will give the staff some much deserved time with family. If you need to do any urgent business we may be available by appointment only during this time. Please call or use FB to contact us. Thank you.
Lombard Design at Oak Grove Near Ft. Campbell, Ky.October 23rd, 2016 at 4:01pm
Our latest concrete and wood relief sculpture plaques. This design is for 372nd ICTC which incorporates the Ordnance bomb, the Transportation Corps wheel and wing, the Quartermaster sword, key and wheel, the Air Assault badge, and a spartan helmet. This is certainly one of my favorites! 372nd is part of 101st Airborne Division Sustainment Brigade "Lifeliners" and 129th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion #DEUCETRAIN
From Coin to Concrete. A sneak peak at the new relief sculpture for 372nd ICTC. The client provided us with this challenge coin to reproduce in concrete. Here we're machining a plaster mold into which we pour the rubber mold used later for concrete. I think we got pretty close. What do you think?
Adding a wood base is an excellent compliment to a concrete relief sculpture. Here are a few examples. The first for a 39th BEB plaque, the second for the Army FIST insignia and the last for 1-101st Aviation.
The NCO Academy of Fort Campbell recently ordered these four relief sculptures. This design really tested the routers ability to add details. It's amazing that a machine that can process 10ftx7ftx40in materials can also carve that tiny "AIRBORNE" text on the 101st insignia (on the left portion of the star) that's only 0.25in wide and do so legibly.