Many artists and designers are taking advantage of the huge advances in the science of enlarging and reducing the size of sculpture.  When this process began in the 1960's, the only way to enlarge or reduce a project was by utilizing a drawing tool known as a pantograph or by a trained eye.  This was a time consuming process that required a master sculptor.  Advances in computer design and CNC machining have shortened the process but still require the services of both skillful computer technician as well as a master sculptor. Our expert staff starts with a scan of your original model.  The enlarger then scales up your files to the size needed.  Once the material such as high density urethane foam, styrofoam or MDF is cut it will require hand finishing.  Enlarging is an intricate process and our dedicated team works along side you to determine the best material and process for the project.