1. Introduction of Mr Bean Sculpture
This is a lifelike FRP mr bean sculpture. It is the character shape of the animated version of Mr. Bean.
His prototype is composed by the American super manga according to the world-famous TV star “Ron
Atkinson” (Mr. Bean). It is ingenious and creative. The whole animation series has very few dialogues,
and almost all of them are represented by “Mr. Bean” “rich body movements” and “changeable facial
expressions”. The extremely funny and exaggerated characters, represented by cartoon techniques, appear
more interesting and humorous, and lead the audience into the simple and happy “Mr. Bean” world.
This mr bean sculpture is made of fiberglass with humorous and interesting shape. He has two wrinkles
on his head, his eyebrows raised high, and his big eyes seem to think of a funny action as long as he turns.
A black mole on the right face is his classic sign. He has a small body under his enlarged head. Mr. Bean,
wearing a white shirt and a red tie and gray coat, enjoyed eating with a spoon and ice cream in his hand.
This sculpture can remind us of Bean’s funny scene and make us happy. If you like Mr. Bean or you are
interested in humorous sculptures, you can contact us at any time for more information.
2. Production process of marilyn monroe sculpture chicago
Step1 Design Communication: You supply us with several photographs with dimensions.
Step 2 Project Consultation: Our team will make a production plan, according to your design, budget, delivery time, or any other service. Our final aim is to supply high quality and cost-saving sculpture efficiently.
Step 3 Confirm Mold: We will make 1:1 clay or 3D mold,when finished clay mold,i will take photos for your reference. The clay mold can modify any details till to your satisfaction.
Step 4 Carving and Polish: We will carving with natural marble according to clay mold. Then polished.
Step 5 Package: Strong wooden crate with waterproof and shockproof foam inside.
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