Creating Lifelike Figures in Polymer Clay: Tools and Techniques for Sculpting Realistic Figures Paperback – Apr 29 2008
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The beginner will find everything from buying, finding, and making the most useful tools, through how much clay will be used in a sculpt. Instructions are laid out in clear, clean, methodical steps that can be used as a lesson plan for learning ever more complex techniques.
The experienced artist will be grateful to have so many techniques outlined in one book. No matter how long you have been making figures, you will find something in this book that will make your work easier, more fun, or help you produce a more professional figure. An excellent book; it belongs in every dimensional artists' library.
Thanks.. to Katherine Dewey, I will be looking to buy more of her books.
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A Great Book! So detailed. Not just for making fairies. Any kind of human figure. Clear and concise instructions and well illustrated.A very good value!Published 14 days ago by Fran Sancroft
Nice book.Great service from Venddor. Book arrived on time and in great condition. Informative and inspirational (as in inspired me to get to work on a sculpture).Published 5 months ago by Danielle
I'm sure this is a great book, what sticks in my craw is the fact the the kindle version is actually more expensive than the hardcopy version. Read morePublished 9 months ago by richard hanna
Lots of techniques and photos. I would recommend this book to any of my friends. I especially enjoyed the fairy wings technique.Published 11 months ago by Crystal May
Great details and step by step for figurine work.Published 18 months ago by Jenny Choy (Solutions Architect)
Well it took some time, but I read threw it twice and found it very informative, very well put together.Published 21 months ago by Diana M. Robinson