Foldforming is an awesome way to manipulate metal to create cool, organic shapes. Developed by Charles Lewton-Brain in the 1980s, foldforming works with any kind of metal, and is a great technique to experiment with when you’re looking for that unique new idea.
“Foldforming is wicked popular right now,” says Mark Nelson, instructor and co-star of this great video featuring the technique:
If you’re looking for more information or want to get started foldforming, check out the book Foldforming, by Charles Lewton-Brain.
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