We live in a three dimensional world. All sides, angles, and viewpoints are acknowledged in a completed sculpture, so choosing the right tools is an important process.
Making a sculpture can be a reductive process. In wood and stone, a sculptor carves or chips from a block with chisels and gouges.
Or, a scuptor will make a base of armature wire to which she adds clay, paper mache or plaster - an additive process.
Sometimes a mold is made and replicas are cast in rubber, resin, or plastic.
We have tools to bring life to your three dimensional visions, whatever process best suits the completed form you desire.