Coin and medal work

Ricard Jakopic relief

Ricard Jakopic relief

Relief render of Queen's effigy in Modo

Relief render of Queen's effigy in Modo

Relief for Seaplane Harbour Museum in Estonia

Relief for Seaplane Harbour Museum in Estonia

Relief from a series of Ireland landmarks

Relief from a series of Ireland landmarks

Coin relief

Coin relief

Relief for Estonian theatre coin

Relief for Estonian theatre coin

Coin relief

Coin relief

Lithaunian coin designand relief

Lithaunian coin designand relief

Detail of Lithuanian coin relief

Detail of Lithuanian coin relief

Coin relief

Coin relief

Coin relief

Coin relief

Jonas Basanavicius coin relief

Jonas Basanavicius coin relief

Jonas Basanavicius coin relief

Jonas Basanavicius coin relief

Vilnius University relief design for coin

Vilnius University relief design for coin

relief portrait

relief portrait

Coin relief

Coin relief

Coin relief

Coin relief

Coin relief

Coin relief

Coin and medal work

Most of my work is third party, so I'm not always able to show it on public platforms, but here are some examples of recent low relief work.

As I'm a commercial sculptor, a speedy workflow is really important to me.
I'm not a perfectionist, or the most delicate of sculptors, but I understand production, and 'fit for purpose'.
Because my work goes straight to CNC, all the detail has to be sculpted into the model. The most common size for a collectible coin is about 38mm diameter, with a sculptural scale of about 0.3mm. ZBrush permits detail at an astounding level, but a lot of that simply wouldn't make it through the production process.

I average around 4-5 hours per sculpture, which means that I can be deliver tight commercial work and still be profitable...