Sculpt a Realistic Skull | Part 3
Sculpt a Realistic Skull | Part 3
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Portrait Sculpting

The Skull

Sculpt a Realistic Skull | Part 3

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Sculpt a Realistic Skull | Part 3

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Sculpt a realistic skull using the tips shared in this lesson and previous sections. You can find part 1 and part 2 here.

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AJ Nouri
I used a different 3D model of a skull that looks a bit different. The oil clay I am using is more granular and too sticky than chavant NSP (a bit expensive) From the beginning I've wrapped the neck with too much paper, so made it too large.
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brandonstudio
Great job! I feel the outer edge of the eye socket looks too far forward, needs to wrap around toward the back more and the bridge of the nose looks too long. However I’m basing that on a European average skull of course. And each skull is unique, so I have no idea what your ref looks like. Otherwise, as I said, great job!
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Andrew Joseph Keith
Great job! I'm not sure what the skull reference looked like but it looks like some of the transitions between the forms (the nose to the cheekbones to the mouth for example) could use some more attention. the cylinder of the mouth also might be a little wide from the front view. its looking great from above! Keep it up!
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