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Life size resin models of two cartoon characters created from 2D cartoon drawings for an exhibition in Stoke on Trent, these images show the process from beginning to end.
Clay slip is poured into the plaster mould (See slide 2) until it is filled to the brim and left for several minutes.
Life Drawing studios during Week 1 - Wimbledon foundation 2010/11
Project 1 - final Crit and Presentation of work Wimbledon School of Foundation - Fine Art , 3D design students - project 1 - 30 October 2010
Making a prototype, sketch model, or maquette is often a useful step in identifying at an early stage some of the practical issues that lie ahead.
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This is a simplified flow chart to help students new to ceramics understand the ceramic process.
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