Taking both Part 1 and Part 2 of the workshops is recommended, but if desired either workshop can be taken independently This workshop will build upon information learned in Drawing the Hands (Part 1). With the opportunity to now create the hand in three dimensions, students will deepen their understanding of both its structure and superficial details. Working on a single hand sculpture for the course of the weekend will allow students to learn the basics of sculpting technique, from setting the armature to slowly building, and ultimately refining, their piece. Students will leave with an anatomically accurate hand sculpture which can be used for future drawing studies by combining the skills learned in both workshops (part 1 and 2).
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