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Dear Friends!
Thanks for visit my blog. I have post many statues before .don't you think They are very beautiful? Yes they are beautiful .. May be many of you want to know how they make statues in Nepal. In nepal they still use Traditional Lost Wax Casting Method. Which Is today i am going to share with you . Hope you enjoy it .if you have any question plz write in comments
Thanks .
Prepare making statues


Before Making statue :At work room making the wax models. PLz Go INSIDE to See More PiCtures




Softening a piece of wax over a brazier.




Relaxing after softning the wax The working environment with works in progress.
Working the face of an Ekajata wax model.

Working the face of wax model.Using a modeling tool to form the face of Ekajata.


Deatail of wax model

The design for Ekajata compared to the Tibetan book on which it was based.Statues Maker Are master in buddhism .

Detail of A partially finished Candamaharoshana (Acala) wax figure made in the Tibetan style.

A finished wax image of Mahakala.


Anthor Finished Wax Model of Shakyamuni Buddha



One of the modelers working in the room shows the Pehar image on which he is working.





The artist showed how the goat , which had been completed earlier, fits under the image. ,

This is first part of making statues After model is ready cover it in a mixture of special clay and cow's dung.

Tej Jyoti Shakya and his wife, Nani Maya Shakya Covering the wax model in a mixture of clay and dung.

Pressing the mixture of clay and dung around the wax image.


The board with the clay and dung mixture ready for use.
Model Pieces drying after the initial (dipped) thin layer of fine clay.
Clay-covered model pieces drying in the sun.




This Cover with dungand clay is second part after dry this pcs have to put them in burnig coal. lets see.

Molds waiting to be put into the burnout furnace.
The same molds, seen in the previous image, in the burnout furnace
The double row of refractory bricks used to support the heated molds during casting.
The melting furnace and a pile of coke used for melting the metals. Laying the bed of coke in the melting furnace.
The first ignition of the coke.
Checking the coke bed.
The electric blower used to force air into the melting furnace
Beginning to fill the crucibles with scrap copper.
Preparing the bed of burning coke to receive the crucibles.
Sorting various metals used in the alloys.
Weighing precious metals that are used in the alloys
Weighing copper from Singapore to achieve a correct alloy.
Different sizes of crucibles and various types of metals to be cast in this melt.
Placing the crucibles in the bed of coke filled with metal are in place.
After the crucibles are in place, more coke is piled around them.
The crucibles are covered with scrap metal to hold in the heat.
The electric fan is then connected.Soon a very hot flame is produced.
The entire furnace temperature goes up to about 1800 -1900 degrees.
This is Third part of making statue still there are many things to do..
I guess it's quite long post so i will post anthor pictures about how they Pour the molten metal into the base of a mold.how they gilt statue. so plz wait for anthor blog post plz come back again and if you have any question plz feel free to write in comments.
Note : Please Visit pictures and story Source at http://kaladarshan.arts.ohio-state.edu/ .
thanks

Kundalini Yoga Chakra

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