This new book, greatly expanded from the 1995 first edition, describes detailed, step-by-step procedures for sculpting, molding and painting original prehistoric animals. It emphasizes the use of relatively inexpensive materials including oven-hardening polymer clay and wire. Additional tips are offered on how to build distinctive dino-dioramas and scenes involving one's own original sculptures that you will learn how to conceive and build. This book will appeal to a new generation who would like to break into the industry of paleosculpture. Techniques range from qbasicq to qadvanced.q The authors also discuss what it means to be a qpaleoartist.qAlternatively, large Styrofoam blocks can be carved to appear like cliffs in an underwater canyon without the use of any extra material to cast the illusion of ... Of course, with such a diorama only the prehistoric animal sculptures must be baked in the oven anot the Styrofoam, which would melt.2 Sculpting Trees and ... For such cases you will need to build armatures, but these are rather simple in nature.
|Author||:||Allen A. Debus, Bob Morales, Diane E. Debus|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2013-08-26|