Friday, April 6, 2012

04 Modeling Nº 15

I place coils of oil-clay at the top of the arm to build up the upper arm.

After placing the coils of oil-clay, I press them firmly onto the arm with my fingers.

I continue in this manner until the deltoid area of the upper arm is built up, then I use the rake to blend the coils.

I put some tracing paper overlays on my working drawing in order to make some changes. On this case, I made the breasts smaller in the side view. I also made some changes to the abdomen.

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1 comment:

  1. It's called a working drawing because it should be working for you. A drawing is easier, faster, and quicker to change. Make the working drawing work !!! Remember, the working drawing is NOT carved in stone. It can be, and should be changed, when change is needed.


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