Discusses the origins, materials, and tools used for sculpture, and looks at the preparation of works for an exhibition...
|Title||:||Sculpture: Technique, Form, Content, Revised Edition|
|Publisher||:||Davis Publications, Inc Revised edition January 1, 1995|
|Number of Pages||:||368 pages|
|File Size||:||570 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Sculpture: Technique, Form, Content, Revised Edition Reviews
Great general sculpture addition for my library. I really enjoyed all the different areas that this particular book covered. It had enough detail to give you an idea how to do it and it covered enough different techniques that it was sort of inspiring. All in all, happy with my purchase.
I like this book because it is loaded with both pictures and description of techniques. Great reference for a beginning/intermediate student. The author is a working sculptor, not just someone writing about the topic. He not only details technique but explores the business side of being an artist. Wonderful reference!
Wonderful book with a lot of great information.
Good book for basics of sculping, but would be nice to have some color illustrations.
The content of this book is good with clear diagrams of technique. I bought it as I teach History of Art and wanted something which I could use to explain methods easily and it seems good for that. However, the book itself was not in brilliant condition - writing in it and bits of paper throughout, damage to the cover although the spine was fine.
I found this book to be a sculptor's handbook to clear and concise references. It provides a basic introduction to beginning sculpture students, as well as, providing high quality information for the professional sculptor. It covers basics like stone carving, mold making and metal castings. I would recommend this book to all artists pursuing sculptor as a medium.