Metal Casting

Metal Finishing

Once metal is cast, there is much work to be done. Cutting; sand blasting; welding; grinding; finishing; patina and seal; each step crucial and requiring a sensitive touch. Choices are made through out the process that will affect the way your sculpture looks and feels - True Form has experienced eyes, hands, and sensibilities that you can trust to realize your vision.

Using the lost wax method, True Form focuses on the casting of high quality Silicon Bronze. This is the premium alloy for the casting of sculpture composed of 95% Copper, 4% Silicon, and 1% trace metals. While bronze casting is the primary service provided, aluminum is also an option if it suits your needs.

Using traditional sculpting and carving techniques, True Form will work with you to produce the artwork that you need, whether starting from a photograph, drawing or simply an idea.

Mold Making

Sculpting

This is a step that is often under appreciated. A mold captures a form allowing it to be recreated in other materials and replicated over time. It is an archive that stores unique and valuable information. True Form strives to make molds of a quality that will compliment and respect your artwork.

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