Friday, December 16, 2016

Carving the ICE

Are you getting tired of the ICE posts yet??
It's hard to share it all in one post as it was so "cool" - pun intended.
It does deserve the attention it is getting here, as it really is a true work of art.
I am just going to share a few images today, that give an inside look to the making of ICE!
If you missed Part 1 or Part 2, they can be found here and here.

Inside the FrostBite Factory they show you how the Ice is carved!


There are blueprints,

and men working so you can actually watch and see how the Ice is carved.



The blue prints were incredibly detailed,
and a significant wow factor for me...
a lot of time and effort goes in to the making of ICE!

It's difficult to think that after January 1st, this will be one large, colorful puddle!

15 comments:

  1. It's truly amazing!
    It takes someone with a lot of patience and incredible skills
    Wow!

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  2. It's truly amazing!
    It takes someone with a lot of patience and incredible skills
    Wow!

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  3. Hello Debbie!
    The beautiful relationship and fantastic images.
    Have a nice and happy Advent.
    Greetings from Poland:)

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  4. Hello, it is amazing! The ice carvers are talented. Fantastic ice sculptures and photos. Thanks for sharing your visit. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend! Merry Christmas to you and your family!

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  5. What an amazing task & I admire these sculptures so much! Brilliant experience I'm sure!
    Happy weekend Debbie!

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  6. What a fun job that would be! I just love the way it looks and I like those blue prints too. What a fun place. Thank you so much for sharing Debbie.

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  7. It's the colour that amazes me too - a fantastic place and what skilled workers. It's marvelous.

    All the best Jan

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  8. That does take a lot of time, patience and talent!!

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  9. I cannot even begin to imagine the work and talent involved in this, Debbie.
    They are just beautiful.
    Thank you for sharing here.
    xo.

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  10. Lol- it is very cool! The blue prints are fascinating!

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  11. Your photos are amazing! You really capture it all!!

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  12. I can't imagine what cold work this must be. It truly is amazing and thanks for sharing the awesome photos. Hugs~

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  13. Definitely wow! Very impressive talent!

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  14. Good artists working the ice, they are beautiful !!
    Besos.

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