Monday, July 23, 2012

04 Modeling Nº 122

I added some oil-clay to the hips and upper legs. I removed the left arm so it would be easier to work on the left hip and torso. I used my wooden calipers and cardboard template to check my work as I added and removed oil-clay. I hit a corner of the wooden armature as I was working. I will try and remember to trim the armature a wee bit before I use it again. This is a photo of a couple of views of the figure with oil-clay added and pressed into place. Click on any image to enlarge it.

I added more oil-clay to fill the left hip and leg out to the silhouette I had built up. Then I blended the oil-clay with a wooden rake tool, and replaced the left arm. Next I will try to model the right hip and leg to match the left hip and leg.

Slowly but surely, I am getting closer and closer to the final surface of the figure.

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