Corbel: a cat with wings

copy of Corbel for Eusebius Tower: cat with wings to tufa original new muschelkalksteen
copy of Corbel for Eusebius Tower: cat with wings to tufa original new muschelkalksteenThis next corbel for the Eusebius Tower is destined for the north side at 22 meters height, and is part of a group chimeras or a kind of winged cats.
The cat with wings on this corbel is holding some kind of pot or bag, it is not clear what was intended. copy of Corbel for Eusebius Tower: cat with wings to tufa original new muschelkalksteenI made a purse out of it by carving a rope at the narrowest part. These five cats all have the same flat triangular face and the same bulky wings. copy of Corbel for Eusebius Tower: cat with wings to tufa original new muschelkalksteenWith a lively claw chisel stroke, just like the original had, I tried to maintain the smooth appearance of the original sculpture. This group of sculptures carved by John Grosman, also the seven trumpet angels I got hacked earlier progress.

Flying buttress

presawing a flying buttress figurine on the copy sawThe corbels for these two groups shooting already well on, So I immediately continued with foresaw a series flying buttress figurines Air bow 33, originally created by George van der Wagt. More on this later.

Beeldhouwerijblog.nl is the blog of Koen van Velzen, sculptor in stone and bronze. Look up my website as well: beeldhouwerijvanvelzen.nl

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