With a length of 3 meters, a Saudi sculptor makes the largest statue of the Crown Prince (video)


The Saudi plastic artist, Hashem Al-Jamaan, designed the largest statue in the Kingdom's history of the Crown Prince, in an implementation journey that lasted 10 full months.

Al-Jama'an said during his appearance on the "My Lady" program, that sculpting the statue took him about 10 months, while its manufacture lasted 8 months, from iron concrete.

He added, "The idea of ​​the statue came from the movement of the crown prince when he was in London, so I made this sculpture with a length of 3.10 meters, a width of 2 meters, and a weight of 2 tons."

The two groups used iron concrete to sculpt the giant statue, whose length exceeded 3.10 meters, and its width was two meters, while its total reached 2 tons.

The materials used include cement, iron, and concrete, and the finishing touches of the statue are added to the color of the rock.

#Madam_camera.. An artist makes the largest statue in the history of the Kingdom of His Highness the Crown Prince #Madam_Program #Rotana_Gulf pic.twitter.com/b4DP9Ql9gN

- My Lady Program (@sayyidaty) November 25, 2021

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