Easily learn sculpture and modeling in clay
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How to make a three-dimensional piece clearly and step by step.
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Last updated 8/2017
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Includes:
  • 3.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 Article
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Learn from scratch to make a sculpture
  • To realize a three-dimensional piece modeled in plasticine or clay
  • Have knowledge about the use of materials suitable for the manufacture of a sculpture
  • Construct a simple stable structure
  • Perform light volumes
  • Work textures with different techniques
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Requirements
  • No knowledge of sculpture of any kind is necessary.
  • It is important to have a sculpture project to work: it is a 100% practical course and it is important that you work on a piece of your choice, so that your hands become accustomed to mastering materials and tools.
  • If you still do not have a sculpture project, you can take the course and let yourself be inspired by it, but then you must create your own figure (or make a similar one to mine) so that knowledge is practical and not theoretical.
  • Persistence: not always everything will come to the first. You have to exercise and repeat the exercises. Little by little everything will turn out exactly as you imagined.
  • You want to experiment: making sculpture is fun!
  • We will use a number of different materials and tools. Here is the list: drawing material, pencil or pen, sharpie, embossed wooden base, shelf squared or asparagus with nuts (plus cut-off for metal) or an L for shelves, Latex gloves, thinner, brushes, polyurethane foam, plastic bags and adhesive tape, vinyl or acrylic paint or automotive sealant for carts, cups and blisters, silicon rubber and TP catalyst (optional), clear acrylic lacquer Spray (optional), modeling clay (any brand), sand paper (240 or thinner), kitchen knife or cutter, modeling tools (wooden spatulas, carving tools and dental spatulas)
  • All materials are required (except those indicated as optional). About modeling tools, I give you a recommendation: before buying all the tools you find in the art shop, watch the videos and buy what you need. When I started I had 3 tools and even though I have 50 now, I still use two or three favorites.
  • Un espacio para trabajar: una mesa y un banco con buena luz es suficiente
Description

Learn to make a sculpture modeled in traditional plasticine (oil clay): the course guides you step by step in the creation of structures, volumes and surface of the piece, to the final details.

Have you ever had the curiosity to make a sculpture? Are you a student of fine arts and want a clear course that explains simply modeling techniques? Do you want to perfect your sculptural technique and learn more about materials?

In a few hours this video guides you from the realization of a light structure to the creation of volumes, until the final finishes. Each method and each material is clearly explained so that you can use it in the best way.

Do not miss the advice and techniques of a professional!

Who is the target audience?
  • Students of visual and plastic arts
  • Art and Craft Lovers
  • All those people wanting to experiment with new artistic projects but do not know how.
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Curriculum For This Course
26 Lectures
03:16:37
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Introducción
5 Lectures 15:55

Welcome! In this brief introduction I will tell you the content of this course.

Preview 00:36


List of material you'll need

Preview 00:31


Easy steps to make a sculpture
00:20
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First Steps
4 Lectures 22:38
Structure part 1
02:04

Structure part 2
07:38


Seal the structure
04:05
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Textures
2 Lectures 19:45

texture stamps
08:15
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General volumes
3 Lectures 37:25
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Sculpting the details
12 Lectures 01:40:55
Details: face and nose
06:44

Details:eyes
11:59


Details: ears
10:30

details: cuerpo
06:46


Details: forearms
07:04

Hands 1
09:08

Hands 2
06:22


Nipples
00:55

Finished sculpture
11:53
About the Instructor
fdb Academia de arte
4.8 Average rating
62 Reviews
216 Students
7 Courses
Escultora y Artista Plastica

La trayectoria artística de Francesca Dalla Benetta comienza con los estudios en la Academia de Brera de Bellas Artes, Milán (1999-2003). El interés de Francesca se enfoca en el tema de la mutación y la contaminación. Los medios que ella utiliza en esta etapa son fotografía, video arte y dibujos, principalmente en forma de bocetos. Al final de su ciclo de estudios, elabora una tesis sobre el "cyborg como híbrido contemporáneo".

El acercamiento a nuevos materiales alternativas, con el fin de crear efectos especiales en sus videos, lleva Francesca a explorar la dimensión de la escultura y efectos en la industria cinemtografica. Dirigida hacia esta nueva investigación, comienza a dedicarse a tiempo completo al maquillaje especial, en la exploración continua de su concepto clave, la transformación de los cuerpos y deformación, con la aspiración de crear un mundo donde la realidad y el sueño se fundan.

Durante esta experiencia, Francesca, invitada a trabajar en la película de Mel Gibson, "Apocalypto", llega a México, donde decide quedarse, y durante 3 años más se dedica a los efectos especiales. Durante los últimos meses de 2009, la necesidad de dar lugar y atención a la creación de su propio universo conduce Francesca a regresar a sus orígenes, alejandose del mundo del cine.
A través la escultura y el dibujo, su investigación sigue explorando formas humanas y animales, mezcladas en seres oníricos y fantásticos, en una continua atracción hacia lo inusual y lo bizarro.

No obstante su amplia experiencia como artista, Francesca empieza a relacionarse con el mundo expositivo en el 2011, presentando su primera exhibición personal en la galería José María Velasco en Noviembre 2011, a la cual siguen varias mas, unidas a colectivas en el panorama mexicano. Además es reseñada por revistas especializadas de arte y cultura (La Razon, Neuroblasto Magazine, LARevista, Distrito Global)

En la actualidad, Francesca sigue trabajando como artista plástico y en efectos especiales.