Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Sogata is a Japanese process of creating cast metal vessels commonly used in tea ceremonies, but is also a hands on and renewable process of mold making that is attractive to the modern day metal caster. See the link below for a step by step process of how to do your own sogata!
Sogata Step by Step
|Renée Vogelle, Godless Shrine, Bronze|
|Stephen Rooney, Structure, Bronze|
|Stephen Rooney, Horns, Bronze|
|Becca Flis, Homage to Mother Nature, Bronze|
|Renée Vogelle, Sogata Vessel, Bronze|
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This dung and clay mold process has it's origins rooted in ancient Africa. Below are some pictures of the process and final products of using this process! At the very bottom of the page is link to a step by step visual guide to using this method of mold making.
A Step by Step to the Dung and Clay Method of Mold Making