Annabel - Part 2 Sculpting A Child Series by Diane Keeler, NIADA Artist
First Part Of The Series - Sculpting a breastplate, movable head, canvas body and painting her eyes (Polymer Clay)
Start Date: Class Closed
Class: Sculpting A Childs Head - Series 2
Instructor: Diane Keeler
Cost: $50 for 3 lessons
All Skill Levels
Once Series One opens, it remains available until this series ends
The Making of Annabel
Sculpting a breastplate, movable head, canvas body and painting her eyes.
Now that we have sculpted her head she needs a body and breastplate.
In this second part to the series I will show you how to create a breastplate for a stationary head along with a movable head with a simple ball joint. A strong wire armature and a heavy canvas body.
Now that we have her breastplate her eyes and lips can be colored. All of a sudden she is coming alive.
Lesson 1: Sculpting a breastplate for a stationary head
Lesson 2: Making a movable head with a simple ball joint.
Lesson 3: Building an armature and canvas body and finishing up with painting her eyes.
First in Series Class Closed
- Sculpting the head
I will show how to sculpt a stationary head and a movable head.
- Sculpting the legs and attaching to the armature
Sculpting the Childs feet and fully sculpted leg for both standing and sitting.
- Sculpting hands and arms
will show how to build an armature for creating the "bones" for the Childs hand and armature for the fully sculpted arm to attach to the breast plate.