Jamey Richards | Church Door
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Church Door

Model Making & Painting (Finishing)

About this project

A scale replication of a church door, this is my first entry into the model making discipline, with the door measuring 120mm at it’s highest point.

The main body of the door is made from hard foam floor matting & wooden mixing sticks, with the detailed elements comprising paper, air drying polymer clay & wire, all textured through sanding & painted using acrylics.

Production

College coursework

2015

Skills

Model making

Painting (Finishing)

Materials

EVA Foam

Wood

Polymer Clay (Air Drying)

Paper

Wire

Acrylic Paint

Process

Beginning with a photo I took of the door for reference, I took measurement, tested materials & built the model, finishing it with paint to resemble the reference image.