New concrete casting! This crest represents all of the medics in 160th SOAR(A) and is one of the most complex 3D designs we've taken on. Matthew Lombard used the 2D image provided by the customer as the basis for the sculpture. Every detail had to be meticulously recreated, piece by piece, and arranged in such a way as to allow the final piece to be moldable and structurally sound in concrete at 11.5" in overall diameter. **Update** The new images with the white material are photos of the first plaster mold. 9.5 Hours of machining to get the high detail.
The Commanding General's "Old Abe Cup" Quarterly Readiness Award. We created this custom oak wood base, provided the cup with the marble base, adhered the eagle sculpture (brought in by the customer) to the top of the cup, and laser engraved the metal plates.
One of my favorite projects to date! We created this sculpture, and built this deep custom shadow box around it. Each challenge coin is nicely recessed in uniquely cut windows, the double mattes artfully accented with Art Deco v-grooves around the border, the frame glazed with high-end 99% UV protective, anti-reflective Museum Glass, and the molding finished with decorative metal end-caps.