Monday, 20 December 2010

Damsel Fly

Similar to an earlier dragonfly sculpture, the Damsel Fly uses a leaf spring for the abdomen,while the front wings are much lighter and feature chicken wire veins.
Built 2010
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Soaring Buzzard

This sculpture fixes to a wall via a single metal spike on it's tail.
The buzzard's body is made from the end part of grass cutting machine, while the flight feathers are blades from a rotorvator. Two large rakes are used in the wings, plus a tiny rake makes the tallons.
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