Coal Bin: Will Reeves

September 10th, 2013 · No Comments · 2013 In What Distant Sky





A big part of our team, Will Reeves, who has been a lead performer in our project When We Didn’t Touch the Ground, and performer in The Shape of Our Best Intentions (that was fabricated and filmed in the Wurks project space [I can’t believe they don’t have a web site] that Will directs), and who is fabricating the 57′ vertical camera elevator we’ll need for this project (more on that later), thinks we should fabricate the boulders with sprayed concrete on a metal frame.

And he made this great model.

Only problem: Megan and I know  little about sprayed concrete and metal. These are both great materials, but there is a point where knowing your limits can make or break a project. Spreading yourselves too thin can seriously slow things down or worse: hit nasty technical quick sand. This model looked too good to not mention though. Cheers, Will.

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