Brock Fluharty;81625 said:I would be very interested in a normal sized one, then maybe a miniature octo swimming or something cast in silver. or just an octo lying on "nothing".
joefish84;82729 said:make a foam mold covering the whole thing. then you cut the mold like a pie so that each leg and part of the body is in its own foam mold. then make the peices in each mold then put them together and fill the seams. try looking up "pete's pub" in little harbor, abacos in the bahamas. the guy does bronze sculptures of all sorts of stuff including sea life. ive even seen him do octos before. and he also uses molds of wax. try looking him up and you may even be able to get in touch with him to find a solution
Brock Fluharty;81638 said:I was just thinking of an octo, sitting on the ground (but without the grond in the sculpture) and all tentacles curled one way, looking like a "wave". For a metal one, I was only thinking maybe a 1" sculpture, which I don't think would cost much. or whatever you have available to mold it in.