Andrew Joseph Keith
Andrew Joseph Keith
Proko sculpting instructor. Sculpting takes drawing to a whole new dimension.
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John Tollefsen
How to make the armature for the forearm?
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Andrew Joseph Keith
I just twisted the wires at the bottom together for the radius and then added an additional section of wire for the ulna. The demo will show more of the process.
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@justwings
Here is my head with simplified forms. It’s difficult finding profile pics as I want to improve on sculpting children. I have this view and a front view. I’m trying some others as well.
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Andrew Joseph Keith
Nicely done! The first thing that jumps out is that the brow ridge might be too high. Children have a larger cranial mass compared to the facial mass. The nose also looks too large for the same reason I suspect. Great study so keep up the good work!
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Andrew Joseph Keith
Are you still having issues with this video playing?
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Stanislav Nichev
My first sculpt. The clay I'm using is too soft and sticky to allow for details, I didn't make the bean small enough and the hard aluminum foil was getting in the way, I eye-balled the proportions (which mostly worked), the pose is not the correct tilt and a lot more mistakes I can see, but decided to move on and leave it as it is. It's fun to see how drawing, rudimendary anathomy knowledge and 3d modelling come together to help with sculpturing. For tools, I picked.. tooth picks :D, because the limbs were not holding on, a lot of aluminum foil for the bean, and.. a knife, just because it was in the video, but didn't need to use it except for drawing center lines.
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Andrew Joseph Keith
Nicely done for a first sculpt! I look forward to seeing your progression which it seems will be fast. Keep it up!
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John Tollefsen
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Hey nicely done! the hands & wrist might be a little wide, the proportions remind more more of the hands of infants or small children which are wider at the wrist and fingers and more blocky. Doing great though so keep up the sculpting and I look forward to seeing more! I definitely get a sense of the pose and gesture so that's the main thing.
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Hey nicely done on the simplified head and simple skull. The main thing that stands out to me on the skull is the shape of the eye sockets. Remember that the outside corner of the eye sockets is pulled down slightly and are generally more boxy. Keep up the great work and I look forward to seeing your life size skull!
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