This was done for DEC Associates, the Solid Brass was1/4" Thick and the original sheet was 6 feet X 12 feet. I designed the piece, and did all the full scale art work. The Horses were cut out by the metal shop in DEC to my drawing, the edges polished, and then the part was returned to me. I then with the help of a man covered the metal with 3M sandblast tape that is 12" wide and comes in large rolls. I then applied my blueprint pattern copied from my original design on vellum, and photo mounted that to the tape. I then cut the mask as my brain decided what would by shiny, fine grit, and coarse grit in the Sandblasting process. I then Sandblasted according to my wish and design. After that was totally complete, with the mask still on the metal, I washed the panels with soapy water and a cotton cloth. Then hosed off the panel. I then mixed up all the colors of gray from white to dark gray in Automotive catalyzed paint and air brushed the horses according to my desires but to client specifications. The client had thought just white, but I figured it needed to be shaped with tones of gray to look right. I then let it dry thoroughly, peeled it, removed any glue deposits from the tape, and cleaned thoroughly leaving no lint or water spots. It was then sent to the paint department where it was sprayed with a couple of coats of Clear Lacquer. This is about 8' wide by 6' tall approximately. It was installed on top of Green Marble at Caesars in Atlantic City.