Character Armatures Sculpture John Brown DVD #1

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by John Brown. The Armature is the aluminum skeleton underneath a clay sculpture. It not only supports the sculpture, but also contains valuable proportional measurements. More than just twisting wire, this method of making a telescoping armature teaches how to calculate and be exact, as well as how to plan and execute your creative ideas from their inception. Its rudimentary approach to advanced techniques ensures professional results from sculptors of all calibers. Learn how to determine scale and also where the sculpture will come apart for accessibility and molding. Format: DVD/DVD-ROM Topics Covered: Tubing, Wire, Epoxy Drill, Dremel, Vice Nuts, Bolts, Base Character Design Armature Map Chapters 01: Introduction 02: Character Design 03: Armature Map 04: Tool Overview 05: Getting Started 06: Locating the "t" 07: Making the Arms 08: Wrapping 09: Measure and Cut 10: Cutting Brass 11: Attaching Brass 12: Attaching Arms 13: Attaching Neck 14: Attaching Head 15: Preparing Feet 16: Nuts and Bolts 17: Securing to Base 18: Closing Comments 19: Credits

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