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Villeto t1_jacw3eh wrote

Stop what? Answering questions truthfully?

You won’t see OP denying it or explaining how they actually did it.


hazpat t1_jad1s8c wrote

They explained they carved the wax... extremely common and easy way to do brass casting. Using plastic instead of wax wouldn't work as the brass won't vaporize it as effectively.

It's hilarious to see young kids flabbergasted by extremely common techniques.


Villeto t1_jaddcol wrote

Believe me, it’s also entertaining on my side.

Thanks for the “young kid” thing tho.

Also you can totally use 3D printing to make a positive for a die cast, it’s also an incredibly common technique.


hazpat t1_jadeums wrote

I'll stick with what the artist says. You can even see the irregular wax texture when zoomed no striations from printing.

Saying it's 3d is a baseless claim that does not fit the artists typical style. The texture on the item makes it obvious it isn't 3d printed.

Using your everythings using new tech mentality, your comment was probably ai generated cause people tend to look into the artist before they claim to know the technique.

u/villeto must not be confident in their bs reply lol