Fresh Cuts: ONTO BETTER THINGS

Clinton Ellis “Measure Once, Cut Once” What is a sculpture? It’s a part of visual arts, something three-dimensional, or forms and figures. When I think of a sculpture, I think of something eye-appealing and cool to look at. In my previous post, I introduced you to my next project; making metal sculptures, and I’m bloggingContinue reading “Fresh Cuts: ONTO BETTER THINGS”

Fresh cuts: Interviewing The Other Side

“Measure Once, Cut Once” Ever wondered what It’s like to build something? What about designing? For today’s article I would like to focus on the other side of what I do. Design! Below will be a conversation I had with a classmate Pryce Foyt. Foyt mostly spends his days designing buildings or an idea someoneContinue reading “Fresh cuts: Interviewing The Other Side”

Fresh Cuts: Vlog

“Measure once, cut once” Ever wondered what my setup looks like? Whether it be the wood side of things or welding, below I created a short vlog of me showing you around. In the vlog you will see the work space I’ve created for welding. Also a look inside our wood-shop here at The DeltaContinue reading “Fresh Cuts: Vlog”

Fresh Cuts: Guest Conversation

“Measure Once, Cut Once” Recently I’ve been learning all about welding and how I can use that skill to create art. Before I get into it I wanted to have a conversation with an expert in the field. Luckily I know a guy! The expert I chose was Tracey Rogers, a guy that’s in theContinue reading “Fresh Cuts: Guest Conversation”

Fresh cuts: Comparing Work

“Measure once, cut once” Fresh cuts has taken a shift from woodworking to the opposite. Welding! For my next project I want to partner with a famous artist in Memphis, Tn Yvonne Bobo. I was inspired by her work and wanted to first create something alike. Below is my first sculpture in this journey. ThoughContinue reading “Fresh cuts: Comparing Work”

Fresh Cuts: Baseboards

“Measure once, cut once” Ever wondered how to cut a baseboard? In this thread I’m explaining my measure and angle techniques. Step 1. First I need to make an interior miter cut at 45 degrees to fit in my other baseboard (Example 2). Before I do that I need to change my “chop saw” toContinue reading “Fresh Cuts: Baseboards”