Bible of Sculpting Techniques: An Illustrated Guide for Beginners
Claire Waite Brown
A & C Black, 2007 - Sculpture - 192 pages
This is a highly illustrated reference for both beginners and slightlymore advanced sculpture students, covering all the basics they wouldneed to do a wide range of sculpting activities. The book is filledwith step-by-step photographic sequences which show the reader how tomodel with clay, plaster, wire and papier mache; select and use wood,and stone for carving, and make armatures and moulds for building andcasting. All in all, it is a good basic guide for anyone interested inhaving a go at making models and sculpture.
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