Friday, January 20, 2012


Stars look beautiful in the frost.
Yesterday I had a meeting with representatives from the daycare center and Kalmar municipality for a final inspection of my work. Everybody was pleased. One of the guys from the municipality has his daughter at the daycare center and he told me the kids are always playing with and around the stars. It's been over a year's work with the stars and it's nice to see it finished. I'm glad that my clients are satisfied with the result.

Almost there.

Only one more to fasten to the wall.
Mounting the small stars to the wall. Really cold outside so I have to work with gloves. Anyway it's almost done!

Monday, January 16, 2012


Adding pigment to the resin, here I'm using Viridian.
After mixing, I pour the resin in to the mould...

...and wait for 6 - 12 hours for the resin to cure.
Started to cast the small stars in epoxy. I want at least 21 stars for the wall.

Tuesday, January 10, 2012


I'm sculpting small stars from foam and making forms of plaster and an inner form of silicon. Unfortunaly the silicone don't seem to cure as it should. I'll give it another day, if it hasn't cured by tomorrow morning I'll start all over again :).

I've made two stars out of wood.

These are the moulds I will use to cast the epoxy resin in.

Wednesday, January 4, 2012


I've started working on Småstjärnorna. Easy to get lost in sketching though. Dream project, a Boneville Streamliner Tricycle. I have even got ball point pens to be able to sketch off-line.

Monday, January 2, 2012


Still warming up.