By Richard Windrow
Complicated Terrain Modelling ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ, ХОББИ и РАЗВЛЕЧЕНИЯ Издательство: Osprey Publishing LtdСерия: MasterclassАвтор(ы): Richard WindrowЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 2007Количество страниц: 193ISBN: 978-1-84176-975-2Формат: pdf (300 dpi) ~2030x2590Размер: 81.2 mb speedy IFOLDER eighty five
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This will usually make a very satisfactory, finely toothed paint-ready finish when dry. One merit of this product is that you can go back and work on it again and again. Wet material can be added at any point and re-sanded, if needed. Watercolor: Being paper, it takes very well to a watercolor effect. If paints are applied directly to the raw surface, it will react like watercolor paper, absorbing the paint. The surface will swell slightly. Care must be taken to avoid puddling or blotting of color washes over the surface when you paint flesh tones or cheek color.
Further refinements to the hand, such as lines to show detail of the knuckles, fingernails, or added clay to define the veins below the flesh will depend on the maker's design decisions. As with faces, many artists become overly concerned with surface detail. Most hands, if in correct proportion and with the proper placement of bones and muscles, do not need additional detail unless the maker has decided to do an extremely realistic figure. For either cloth-bodied dolls or wire-armatured figures, the hand should be extended above the wrist (or as much arm as will show outside the clothes), and a groove should be cut to hold the body fabric.
As the ankle comes forward, it pulls the leg along with it; this makes the leg almost a straight line from the knee to the toes, when you view it from the side. Sculpting For paperclay, it is recommended that you make a primary "bone" first. Bend and wrap non-rusting wire with foil and cover it with a layer of paperclay. On a figure of 18" and average proportions, the paperclay bone should not be thicker than %". Let it dry thoroughly before you continue to sculpt. Or bend and wrap the wire as shown, adding paperclay a little at a time and allowing it to dry between layers.
Advanced Terrain Modelling by Richard Windrow