Joel

i had not too much time to work on joel, but i think i got the forms now fixed. i corrected his headshape, and decided now to go with the slimmer body, more like that in the clay, since i like it more that the wider one i had before.so, he is a slim man. i carved the rough nose, needs refinements still, and indicated mouth and chin area. i think, i am now ready to work the smaller forms, as far as i can see all is in place where it should be…

joel_11

joel_12

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5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Ed Pitts
    Mar 07, 2010 @ 00:00:09

    That is one of the best ideas I have found.

    No more calculating!

    Thanks, Ed

    Reply

    • dorisfiebig
      Mar 07, 2010 @ 08:36:40

      thanks ed ! its not mine idea, its classical, its just math applied. i love seeing math be useful.

      Reply

      • Bill Voss
        Jun 27, 2010 @ 18:54:32

        FANTASTIC method for scaling!! I am in the process of carving a larger version of a Crucifix from a model. This will save a great deal of time versus calculating.

        I will also share this with our wood carving club as a great “hint”.

        Reply

  2. mike
    Aug 10, 2011 @ 16:45:18

    Doris , you know from WCI, that I love all your portraits.

    Mike/feb

    Reply

    • dorisfiebig
      Aug 11, 2011 @ 11:29:17

      hi Mike, yes i remember that 🙂 thank you for commenting, it is always so very nice to hear feedback. and, joel is a special piece to me. thanks again.

      Reply

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