Sculpting The Human Face
9:30 A.M.-4:30 P.M.
Gage Capitol Hill
- 10” Calipers. less than $10
- Notepad/sketchbook & Pencil for taking notes
- 12-18” Ruler
- 3 wooden tools of your choosing, 1 tool needs to have a flat edge. Don’t spend more then $10 per tool. Kemper tools are fine.
- 1 to 2 of the 5in Wire Mini tools
- Small mirror 3” x 2” or handheld mirror
- Needle nose pliers
Places to buy your supplies:
Clay Art Center 2636 Pioneer Way East Tacoma , WA 98404 1-800-952-8030 or 1-253-922-5342 http://www.clayartcenter.net/
Seattle Pottery Supply 206-587-0670 35 South Hanford Seattle, WA 98134 http://www.seattlepotterysupply.com/
Sculpture House, Loveland, CO http://www.sculpturehouse.com/
Complete Sculptor Inc., NY http://www.sculpt.com/
Learn to sculpt the portrait and capture likeness and personality in clay. Students will learn to sculpt a full scale portrait in water clay on a fixed armature, while working from a live model. Instruction will include an introduction to tools and techniques, proportions, structural anatomy, and learning to closely observe the nuances of the human face. Each student will begin by first massing in the shape of the skull, and learn to incorporate facial features in relation to this structure. Instruction will include demos, brief lectures, and individual feedback throughout the class. By the end of the session, each student will have created one portrait from a live model.