Sculpt a Realistic Skull | Part 2
Sculpt a Realistic Skull | Part 2
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Portrait Sculpting

The Skull

Sculpt a Realistic Skull | Part 2

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Sculpt a Realistic Skull | Part 2

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Andrew Joseph Keith
Join me as I demonstrate how I continue the realistic skull sculpture process by adding mass to the cranium and capturing the secondary forms of the skull.
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Stephen Rapp
I really have enjoyed these Skull lessons. I feel like I did pretty good. I’m always glad when you give your time requirement to do the assignment. I don’t feel so bad after many hours still trying to get it right. I’m determined to learn the anatomy names. One skill that has gained my attention is determining the “Outline.” I find it interesting that, the was the first lesson when we did the pancake profile. Little did I know how important seeing outline is. This was also the first lesson that introduced me to some tools. They all seemed like mysteries at the beginning. I’m gonna finish the teeth and move on to Skull 3 I prefer the nature of the lessons as they are. I like lots of information the I’m learning. I learn a lot from your asides. Which reminds me.. How do you warm your clay and how do you mix medium and hard?
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Andrew Joseph Keith
I have a big pot I've devoted to melting clay in and I melt down the clays on the stove to mix some medium and hard clay together. to keep it warm I'll use a blowdryer or a space heater facing inside the large pot where my clay is. that works pretty well. or putting the clay in the oven on a low temperature works too.
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Roy Nottage
Re feedback on amount of information, I thought it was a good length and pace. Was able to sculpt alongside the demo without missing stuff or having to pause, etc.
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Stephen Rapp
How do you soften your clay and how to you mix hardness?
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