People who have seen such an amazing sand sculpture may have a lot of questions in their head. Here is some information behind the scenes.
Where we were working on site, the most popular question is what do we add in the sand. The answer is sand and water.
This is called hard compaction sculpture. We mix sand and water together then compact them into a box.
Then we remove the timber box and start carving the sculpture.
In this whole plane, there are 31 sculptures in total. This is not an easy job.
The compacted sand may be harder than you thought, but it is not hard like rock. This is not surprising to have sculpture falling during the process.
The team has to solve the problem and rebuild.
The hard thing working as a sand sculptor is the working under the sun. Work can’t be always inside the shopping center, right? So sunscreen, hat, umbrella and water are what we needed.
At the end, thanks everyone in the team for doing such a great job. And thanks everyone who provided help and everyone who likes the sculpture.
Keep an eye on the blog. We will keep you update with more and more amazing sand sculptures.
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Have really enjoyed following this, and great to see this behind the scenes post for those who are unfamiliar with the art form….Fantastic!