Creating Lifelike Figures in Polymer Clay
Watson-Guptill | 2008 | ISBN: 0823015033 | English | 142 Pages | PDF | 18.10 MB
Anyone who has through all ages marveled over Katherine Dewey's confounding creations has wondered, "How did she conclude that?" In Creating Lifelike Figures in Polymer Clay, the famous artist reveals exactly how she makes her beyond belief human figures and fantasy characters--and how polymer-clay crafters everywhere can do the same. With more than 400 step-~ means of-step photographs in full color plus 200 detailed drawings, Dewey teaches how to sculpt realistic figures in somewhat scale using her simple applique be at hand. She covers the entire process: selecting earthly substance, making modeling tools, proportioning figures, posing, gentile and gender subtleties, facial expressions, costumes in perishable substance, and finishing touches. For anyone who loves fantasy, lie, nature--or sophisticated crafting--this part is a must-have.