Friday, June 28, 2013

08 Joint Design Nº 230

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I remove the plaster mold from the coddles. I use a large nail to mark the 24mm plaster ball mold. I use a SurForm to bevel the edges of the mold. Click on any image to enlarge it.

I mark the area to be carved out for the spare. I can carve that out while watching Once Upon A Time on the DVD player tonight. I am thoroughly hooked on it.

Unless I find out that I need another size ball, this is the last plaster ball mold that I need to make in order to finish the joints. It does not seem like too much difference between the elbow ball (24mm) and the wrist ball (22mm) until I remember that the wrist ball is to the outside line of the arm, and the elbow ball is to the inside line of the arm. I will see how these balls work for the joints.

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