Our Indian sculptures are made from fiberglass. The sculptures are made from a special casting grade resin along with speciality fillers. They are then mixed and case in a rubber mold. Once set, it is released. From here they are given to artists who hand carve the intricate designs that are featured on the products. The features and sharpness of our finished products, the intricate and neat work sets them apart from other Indian statues. Statues are based on religious, spiritual, historical and mythological figures. Our suppliers have been in the business of fiberglass and composite manufacture for over 25 years.
Our contemporary sculptures are generally handmade by artists. Creating a three-dimensional object from an artistic vision involves many more steps than creating a two-dimensional work. Some sculptors produce great quantities of sketches in pencil or ink, sometimes in color. They often make small mock ups to work out the aspects of the sculpture from different viewpoints. Others use computer technology to explore 3D models, especially useful for kinetic works. Occasionally, a full size mock-up is created. In all cases, sculptors expect surprises and challenges as the work develops at full scale. The original concept dictates the appropriate sculpture medium or material. Creating sculpture requires a prodigious set of skills and many years of training as well as specific tools. Some sculptors have chosen one medium for their entire body of work, because they have achieved a high degree of control of certain techniques and thus they can best express their vision through this medium. A sculptor wishing to work in a reductive method, such as carving, will choose solid blocks of wood or stone. One who prefers the additive process of construction might, for example, weld steel or work in clay.