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Are looking for a smaller scale sculpture or statue replica of a larger version somewhere or maybe you want and full size statue? Our experienced sculptors have replicated hundreds, if not thousands, of historical statues and monuments for a variety of purposes and we can do the same for you. Maybe you want a scaled version of the Statue of Liberty, probably the United States' most popular statue or any other famous statue or sculpture you can think of. These statues can be constructed at any size and of a material of your choosing. Our artists can also custom sculpt a statue or monument according to your specific details and ideas. These can be statues currently in existence or a statue or monument that is in ruins or been completely destroyed or just missing. A statue is a sculpture in the round representing a person or persons, an animal, or an event, normally full-length, as opposed to a bust, and at least close to life-size, or larger. Its primary concern is representational. Many statues are built on commission to commemorate a historical event, or the life of an influential person. Many statues are intended as public art, exhibited outdoors or in public buildings for the edification of passers-by, with a larger magnitude than normal words could ever have for the common man. In the widest sense of the term, sculpture is the art of representing in bodily form men, animals, and other objects in stone, bronze, ivory, clay and similar materials, whether the objects represented actuallyexist in nature or are the creation of the imagination of the artist. Statues are amongst the wonders of the world, with the Colossus of Rhodes and the Statue of Zeus at Olympia among the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and the Moai of Easter Island among the wonders of the modern world. Our skilled artisans also build scaled models of famous buildings like the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York, pictured here, complete with built-in lighting effects. Models like these are used for the film industry, television, museums, art exhibits or anywhere else you could imagine. Also pictured, is a scaled model of a wooden roller coaster our experienced modelmakers created. A wooden roller coaster is most often classified as a roller coaster with laminated steel running rails overlaid upon a wooden track. Occasionally, the structure may be made out of a steel lattice or truss, but the ride remains classified as a wooden roller coaster due to the track design. Due to the limits of wood, wooden roller coasters in general do not have inversions (when the coaster goes upside down), steep drops, or extremely banked turns (overbanked turns). It is agreed on many that the Golden Era of coaster design was the 1920s. This was the decade many of the world's most iconic coasters were built. Unfortunately, the great depression ensured destruction of many of these great classics, but a few still stand as ACE classics and landmarks. Our company can construct any kind of roller coaster or amusement park ride you request and basically just about anything you can imagine. We have been designing and building scaled models of practically anything you can think of for a many different purposes, either replicas or custom designed and built models. Contact us and let us know what you have in mind, so that we can begin the process of turning your ideas into reality, whether you are working on a film, tv show, museum or art exhibit or any purpose you can think of.
 
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