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RishiRamraj

Rishi Ramraj
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Portal: Companion Cube by RishiRamraj, visual art

  • Canada
  • Deviant for 14 years
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My Bio
Current Residence: Canada
Favourite genre of music: Baroque
Operating System: Linux
Shell of choice: bash

Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
JS Bach
Favourite Writers
Ayn Rand
Favourite Games
chess
Favourite Gaming Platform
snes
Tools of the Trade
vim, python, and elbow grease
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You can find some of my more recent projects here: http://www.youtube.com/RishiRamraj
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Wow. I must either be doing something very right or very wrong.
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I've been doing quite a bit of research on economics and world history lately. Unfortunately not too much time for more deviations. My next big project is an electric violin. I've already ordered the parts and plan to make it out of fibreglass. I've also started modelling it in 3d. I probably won't be finished any time soon, but I'll upload pics as they become available.
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thanks for the visit :)
np :) I'm a Linux nerd too. The only XP machine I have lives in a virtual machine. The rest are...well...
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Starcraft would be epic! Looking forward to it.

I wouldn't recommend paperclay for what you're looking to do. Perhaps for small detail items it would be suitable. It has a tendency to crack when there's too much of it.

It would be way cool if you vacuumformed it! :P
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Well, the issue is making the mould. I plan to cover whatever I use in fiber glass, so the strength of the material shouldn't matter.

It usually boils down to either cardboard (for flat surfaces) or clay for rounded surfaces. The typical process is make your mould, cast a plaster negative and then fill the negative with glass.

Unfortunately, for something as large as a marine costume using something like traditional clay would be very expensive.

I told my sister that if I pull this off, she would have to do a full prosthesis Kerrigan costume :)
your companion cube. . . it is so awesome. ; 0;

if you ever go up for commission/i raise enough money, i must have one made. they're definitely worth $30+.
wow...Your geekiness rivals mine. XDDDD although I cannto play instruments nor fix a computer...I'm more over a quiet, freak-geek... XDDDD lets be friends!