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Plaster casting for the student sculptor
Victor H. Wager
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Sandblast, Donald LeRoy, "Solid Casting in Aluminum and Concrete Using the Multiple-piece plaster mold: a method of introducing the Adolescent Student to the Indirect Method of Sculpture" ().Dissertations and /etdAuthor: Donald LeRoy Sandblast. Student of the Month; Sculpture from The New Book of Knowledge For casting models, the sculptor must know the chemistry of metals and their melting points. And the modern sculptor is frequently a competent welder, riveter, and machinist as well as an artist.
"Give(s) in detail every process and method of the sculptor's craft with a fullness to be found in no other works." — Encyclopedia BritannicaA student of the great Edouard Lanteri and a celebrated sculptor in his own right, Albert Toft created this manual to offer students every practical detail necessary for a complete knowledge of modeling and sculpture. This is a book to show you how to bring your own creations to casting ready sculpture. But if you do want to sculpt a horse, you will come out with some great ideas to make yours even better. For artists who use other media, there is a great deal of wonderful information on all aspects of marketing and managing your art business.
I recommend the book "Sculpture As Experience". This book is a few years old but covers most mediums in a step by step format. Best of all, copies are available for $ on Amazon! It's an excellent book to give you an idea on what's available and what to do with it. thanks mick, indeed, the uk. is a great store house of sculpture, i have many images, from contemporary, sculptors.. lots going on there. in all types of sculpture..(hydrocal grade plaster) and a new one for me?(,forton plaster) and a realy new invention?, (winter green) a plaster?-- great for wire mesh?--yea, i guess the pieces are a combination, of casting, -sculpting.. .
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Plaster Casting for the Student Sculptor Paperback – January 1, by Victor H. Wager (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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Plaster Casting. For the Student Sculptor by Victor H. Wager and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at An excellent beginner's book for those who want to make molds, and/or casts in plaster and rubber, but have no prior experience. Format designed to make the text easy to read with step-by-step instruction on all phases of the mold making, casting and patina process.
First edition publication Author: Bruner Felton Barrie. An excellent beginner's book for those who want to make molds, and/or casts in plaster and rubber, but have no prior experience.
Format designed to make the text easy to read with step-by-step instruction on all phases of the mold making, casting and patina process. First edition publication with pages of instruction and over photos and /5(12).
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The first chapter is a brief introduction to sculptural figures, with examples of solitary bronzes and multifigure works/5(39). Smooth-On mold rubber has been used for more than 60 years to reproduce sculpture all over the world ranging in size from less than 1" ( cm) to almost feet high ( m).
Today, Smooth-On urethane, silicone and polysulfide rubbers are used by thousands of sculptors and foundries for casting wax, resins, plaster, concrete and other. Casting materi-als include plaster, resin, and metals such as bronze, pewter, and lead.
Casting & Patina for the student sculptor by Bruner F. Barrie. A more advanced book. Feb 5, - 3D anatomy models for artists and teachers of sculpting and drawing. See more ideas about Sculpting, Anatomy and Anatomy reference pins. For a more detailed explanation of the various techniques, you can purchase the book Mold Making, Casting and Patina for the student sculptor by Bruner F.
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a. Book 1: This is the most recent edition of this text: Yes No. Author: Barrie. Title: Mold Making, Casting and Patina for the Student Sculptor. Publisher: Thompson-Shore Publishers.
Date of Publication: Edition: b. Book 2: This is the most recent edition of this text: Yes.contemporary sculpture. Includes sections on modeling, plaster, molds, clay, stone, wood, metal casting, metal fabrication, plastics, paper, mixed media, and a section on preparing for an exhibit.
The final chapter discusses being a full-time sculptor. Well illustrated.