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5. This form requires a lot of stretching, so I'm starting out by pushing out with a large ball on a polyurethane pad with the hydraulic press.

05a.jpg 4. The larger paper pattern was cut out and traced onto a piece of 16 gauge brass sheet, which was then cut out and annealed.Thumbnails6. Using the raising hammer and stake to continue the forming toward the perimeter.4. The larger paper pattern was cut out and traced onto a piece of 16 gauge brass sheet, which was then cut out and annealed.Thumbnails6. Using the raising hammer and stake to continue the forming toward the perimeter.4. The larger paper pattern was cut out and traced onto a piece of 16 gauge brass sheet, which was then cut out and annealed.Thumbnails6. Using the raising hammer and stake to continue the forming toward the perimeter.4. The larger paper pattern was cut out and traced onto a piece of 16 gauge brass sheet, which was then cut out and annealed.Thumbnails6. Using the raising hammer and stake to continue the forming toward the perimeter.4. The larger paper pattern was cut out and traced onto a piece of 16 gauge brass sheet, which was then cut out and annealed.Thumbnails6. Using the raising hammer and stake to continue the forming toward the perimeter.

5. This form requires a lot of stretching, so I'm starting out by pushing out with a large ball on a polyurethane pad with the hydraulic press.

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