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Description

This intensive online course is designed for those who always wanted to sculpt and it is an introduction to understand shape, volume and drawing in order to create a head in clay. From absolute beginners. Online courses in Sculpture are taught on a one to one basis in a form of live demonstrations according to the skills and knowledge that each individual wishes to achieve at the end. It’s not a pre recorded lesson as I will practically demonstrate making on the day and cover questions and difficulties that you have met while making a 3D object at you own time. It’s an excellent course both for people with some experience in sculpture or starting from scratch. Passion is a necessary element for any new to sculpture student as generally sculpture involves a lot of slow processes to get a finished piece and there is some frustration when handling materials for the first time. Financially this course is cheaper and you will not need to move from your own home. It will be advised to work between the lessons and bring work done for discussion and corrections every week. About the tutor: I am a professional Greek sculptress, graduated from the Royal College of Art and Design in London with a ten-year teaching experience in various Art Colleges.

What's included in the price?

By the end of this course you should be able to: a) make a suitable armature for a portrait head b) understand the use of some of the muscles in the face. c) use clay effectively to enhance the mood and character of a portrait head. d) prepare the head for firing. In person course starts from £35.00 pounds an hour and hours to be agreed between tutor and students (usually weekdays and morning).

What you will need

Some space to work, some time (approximately 1-2 hours) to practice each day, your passion and commitment.

Duration

60 minutes

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This course is taught online

Suitable for

  • Adults
  • Seniors
  • Teenagers
  • Wheelchair users
  • Suitable for beginners
  • Intermediate level
  • Advanced/pro level
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