Yippie, i made it !

My casting tutorial is finished, and my first faux bronze bust is done… Continue to read here :

i just started a new tutorial, this time not about carving per se, but about casting a clay model in plaster, which then can be used as a guide for carving without the disadvantage of loosing shapes as it occurs in the soft clay… this is still work in progress, so the tutorial grows as things develop…

Continue to read here : Casting a Clay Model

the question was how to carve the eyes, when they are half closed, is it better to carve the iris or not ? … to answer this, i did look examples where exactely this problem was treated, and if i would do the carving, i would choose from these examples the solution i like best for my purpose…

Continue to read here : Carving Half Closed Eyes

learning to carve consists to three elements, namely learning to use the tools, learning to sharpen the tools, and learning to see….
Continue to read here : Learning to See

as with the previous tutorials, i will try to present a basic approach, which can be applied to carve any nose… we begin with getting reference material …
Continue to read here : Carving a Nose

in this second tutorial, i want present an approach to carve a mouth, that will work in every situation … the basic approach is the same, of course, as for carving an eye, or anything else for that matter…
Continue to read here : Carving a Mouth

how do i carve an eye ? that is a question we do often hear, and so i want present in this tutorial an approach to carve an eye, that will work in every situation …

Continue to read here : Carving an Eye