This series combines several methods to achieve the final piece. First the body of the sculpture is blown. Once cooled the glass is then rough cut with a diamond saw to remove certain areas and gain greater access to the interior of the piece. Further sculpting is done with an abrasive sandblaster to add finer detail. The ‘squiggly’ pieces are made separately one by one. Once a healthy supply is made they are then assembled inside the body. At this point it is placed into a kiln and heated to a temperature where the glass begins to melt and fuses together. This helps bond the separate glass pieces together and ultimately create one piece of glass. After this step a stand is constructed for the sculpture and the glass installed.