Styrofoam Carving

square pants spongebob
An artwork credit goes to Ms. Claire Rama

Carving made of styrofoam
Disney Character Design

Carving Tools

  1. Decide on a form/design. You may choose an Egyptian, Greek, Roman or even Disney Character form.
  2. Cover the table with newspaper and place your materials on it.
  3. Outline the form of the object by sketching on the surface of the Styrofoam.
  4. Carve the design by cutting out the portions of the styrfoam to make the fom stand out. Then, polish the form with fine sandpaper.


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Marlene said...

You're good at it! I don't think I can do this at all. :-)

Gengen said...

Nice idea...Happy MYM!

Con Artist Trickster said...

That looks nice. I do some crafting myself, but mine's papercraft.

Meshlei Severino said...

wow..!! that's amazing.. the sculpture really does look like the real spongebob and patrick you can see on tv.. i really like almost all forms of art.. it helps you express your emotions..

Antonio Tante said...

Nice carving

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