Craft & Design
Bugle dinosaur


This sculpture by Constantin Luser is called “Virbrosaurus” and is made of bugles and tubas. Do you think it was chromed after it was shaped? I never really learned how chroming works. Via VVORK.

6 thoughts on “Bugle dinosaur

  1. I think they’re meaning tubes, not tubas. They’re attaching the ends of horns (bugles) to brass tubes (tubas). The size of brass tubing that is used in a tuba can get very big, and the immense amount of work that would be required to unwrap a tuba and solder the resulting tubing into one long tube would be very counter-productive. Although it would provide 12-18 feet of tubing.

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