Technically, this polyhedral is half way between an Icosidodecahedron and a Rhombic Triacontahedron. This was cut in mirrored acrylic and proofgrade walnut as the inlay. This is probably the closest to a round shape I’ve created. Lots of screws.
You are a king of polyshapes! They just keep getting more and more complex!
(Are you selling any of these, or is your house starting to get a little cramped?)
I would love to sell some or all of these. Currently, they are just in my house making me look a little crazy…
Yeah - know the feeling!
Yeah I have creatures everywhere. They defy all attempts to store them, too. Spheres don’t pack too tightly.
I haven’t started naming them like you, so I think mental health wise, I’m still safe.
I love them all, but the combo of mirrored acrylic and walnut is close to my favorite.
Truly amazing! I just love seeing what you will come up with next!!!
This one looks fantastic!
Gosh, you must buy screws by the rail car load! That’s a bunch. This is yet another lovely example of your multifaceted art—love it!
Very nice shape! Quite striking.
I see what you did there!
You are incredibly insane…in the best of ways when it come to very deca-poly… mega-molly shape creation and execution in our known universe!!! You have SKILLZ!!!
You know, like nunchuck skills, bowhunting skills, computer hacking skills… Girls only want boyfriends who have great skills. -Napoleon Dynamite