SSGT RECKLESS-
The making of her monument
(There are over 100 photos on this page through her unveiling)


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At this point, Reckless was precariously perched on a narrow cart on swivel wheels... with a center support of 1" conduit and about 150 pounds of clay hovering at more than eight feet from the floor. After this photo, I carefully began to disassemble the sculpture, head, neck and tail off first. Then with the base removed, I lowered her body down to easily reach the canisters and ropes to finish the details. -Sgt Reckless- The Making of the Monument - SSGT RECKLESS-The making of her monument(There are over 100 photos on this page through her unveiling)
At this point, Reckless was precariously perched on a narrow cart on swivel wheels... with a center support of 1" conduit and about 150 pounds of clay hovering at more than eight feet from the floor. After this photo, I carefully began to disassemble the sculpture, head, neck and tail off first. Then with the base removed, I lowered her body down to easily reach the canisters and ropes to finish the details.


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