Stonehenge models & pictures
Graffiti, daggers, axes. Shaped and polished. Repaired through the 20th century. Mathematics and conundrums. Man in the moon and other pareidolia.
We’ll have no clue what the builders called it, 5,000 years ago Stanenges is a Saxon word, 1,500 years old.
It’s vuggy, man! Sweats, really hard, also weak and flawed. With embedded sticks, twigs, branches. Quartz veins. They’re alive.
A quick historical overview of 10,000 years of activity at the site. Stonehenge, itself was in continual use for around 1,500 years.
Those layer lines give a unique, copyrightable pattern on each face of each stone.
From 3D printing at an insane 5µ layer height to cold casting and making the patinas.
I painted myself into a Shropshire corner. So I thought I’d do pictures of Stonehenge… Everybody knows where that is…
Released in parts beginning with Trilithon Two, then T4, T1…
And we’re really going to have fun with the baseplates and all the other add-ons that will become available.
From selling pictures of witches, fairies, ghosts and giants… Famous throughout Shropshire.