1) The master sculptor Leo Moroder first creates a clay model, which is then carved in wood, and finally cast in bronze

2) The wood gets selected and dried. Based on the model carved by the master sculptor the figures obtain their first shape

3) The wooden blocks get their rough shape by the pantograph which is guided by the skilful hands of an expert craftsman. Those rough models are then refined by hand down to their smallest details

4) The woodcarver finishes the rough-hewed figure, giving his personal touch

5) The untreated sculptures are then painted, one by one, by skilled decorators, with a vast range of colours and hues