Sunday, July 26, 2015

How to Sculpt a Basic Face on Cold Porcelain

For quick projects, I prefer to paint the faces on the heads. Most of the time they come out looking better, because I have better control with a brush. However, I prefer sculpted faces because they simply look better and more realistic. It's not even that difficult outside of the fact that you have to work fast with cold porcelain, since sculpting when it's already drying will result in cracks.

On that note, I made a new video that will teach you how to sculpt a simple face in less than 3 minutes. The face that will come out is rather basic (and doesn't look that good, to be honest) but it should serve as a starting point.



When you get the hang of things, you can create far more detailed faces.

(I apologize if the video is kind of shaky in certain places. I just bought a new lazy pod and am still not used to working with it - I kept elbowing the damn thing. :p )

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