SCULPTURE CAST MODELING
A portrait is timeless, and people love it
for is vivid and three-dimensional.
For a gift or a present to your loved one.
Every portrait tells us something, a particular moment.
We feel attracted to it.
For it shows us features in a whole new way.
First, there are many types of portraits:
Depictures, portrayals, depiction, bust, you name it.
PORTRAIT SCULPTURE TECHNIQUE PERCEPTION
A portrait is not a necessity but a memory of a past,
Certainly, that will not come back
In most cases, a personal memory of a beloved.
Perhaps, a happy one
Moreover, a portrait is lasting, and people love it for it’s alive and unique.
On the other hand,
A sculpture portrait is timeless,
But people love it for is vivid and three-dimensional
MODELING TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
Firstly, the clay turns into a cast by using plaster media,
In the same vein, bronze, which is costly
Secondly, is the liquid plaster pour into the cast.
The mold is filled with plaster powder, dissolve in water, and well stirred.
Further, comes the fixing details of the cast itself.
In short, it is beautiful and timeless.
To clarify plaster lasts, years decades, and centuries.
PORTRAIT SCULPTURE TECHNIQUE
SCULPTURE CAST BRIEF HISTORY
The Greeks and Romans used plaster on their sculptures
And had last for centuries.
Similarly, regarding modeling flower vases, they are more complicated for they are elaborated for its details. And are an intense and expensive step in the production of a plaster cast.
Likewise, it requires real craftsmanship;
Certainly, after practicing hours the process itself of casting becomes less work-intense.
Once the plaster has hardened and the mold has been removed, we face a one-to-one replica of the original.
After the clay modeling, this process can be repeated numerous times with (almost) the same result.
Plaster hardens quickly.
Therefore, allows for a budget-priced serial production of precise replicas.
Above all, these qualities were and still are responsible for the success and popularity of the casts, and their demise.
SEVEN CORE ELEMENT OF ART
These are Line, color, shape, form, value, space, and texture.
They often overlap and inform one another.
To render the figure wet the surface to soften The model’s feature.
That is to say, an approach that comes in handy is acceptable.
In addition, to have the model posing
For instance, I used pictures as the reference
As a result, to say to find his expressions, and get his character
In short, the development of the sculpture is rewarding and satisfactory.