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John Brown Sculpture Kit with “Sculpting Expression and Fantasy Characters: Part 1” DVD Tutorial

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John Brown is a character and creature designer/sculptor for film and television. His credits include Planet of the Apes, X-Files, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Outer Limits, Mars Attacks, and much more. In this kit, you’ll find all of the tools he himself uses to create everything from trolls and super heroes to works of unsurpassed fine art. Products include: six bricks of Chavant NSP Medium Green clay, 1/16 armature, 1/8 armature, brass tubing, 8” calipers, and nine of his hand picked sculpting and modeling tools.

Also included is John Brown’s “Sculpting Expression and Fantasy Characters: Part 1” DVD Tutorial, wherein John covers a multitude of advanced sculpting techniques. Chapter one covers sculpting the quarter scale male bust. You’ll learn advanced theories that will positively shape and influence your concepts and designs. Chapter two covers new molding and casting techniques designed to save time and energy. You’ll learn how to mold and cast individual clay copies of the original model, allowing for visual continuity when you sculpt a new expression. Chapters three and four cover sculpting the “Happy” and “Angry” states of expression, implementing the rules learned in chapter one. Finally we’ll take a clay cast of the original model and turn it into a fantasy character and learn how to paint it in Adobe Photoshop®.
six bricks of Chavant NSP Medium Green clay
1/16 armature
1/8 armature
brass tubing
8” calipers
9 of John’s hand picked sculpting and modeling tools
“Sculpting Expression and Fantasy Characters: Part 1” DVD Tutorial by John Brown

Once you’ve mastered the techniques shown in “Sculpting Expression and Fantasy Characters: Part 1” you may also want to consider furthering your knowledge with John’s supplementary volume, “Sculpting Fantasy Characters: Part 2.”

For even more of John Brown’s DVD Tutorials, visit our John Brown section with topics ranging from “How to Assemble a Character Armature” to “Sculpting the Femme Fatale.” to “Sculpting the Femme Fatale.”

$189.99

500 in stock

John Brown is a character and creature designer/sculptor for film and television. His credits include Planet of the Apes, X-Files, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Outer Limits, Mars Attacks, and much more. In this kit, you’ll find all of the tools he himself uses to create everything from trolls and super heroes to works of unsurpassed fine art. Products include: six bricks of Chavant NSP Medium Green clay, 1/16 armature, 1/8 armature, brass tubing, 8” calipers, and nine of his hand picked sculpting and modeling tools.

Also included is John Brown’s “Sculpting Expression and Fantasy Characters: Part 1” DVD Tutorial, wherein John covers a multitude of advanced sculpting techniques. Chapter one covers sculpting the quarter scale male bust. You’ll learn advanced theories that will positively shape and influence your concepts and designs. Chapter two covers new molding and casting techniques designed to save time and energy. You’ll learn how to mold and cast individual clay copies of the original model, allowing for visual continuity when you sculpt a new expression. Chapters three and four cover sculpting the “Happy” and “Angry” states of expression, implementing the rules learned in chapter one. Finally we’ll take a clay cast of the original model and turn it into a fantasy character and learn how to paint it in Adobe Photoshop®.
six bricks of Chavant NSP Medium Green clay
1/16 armature
1/8 armature
brass tubing
8” calipers
9 of John’s hand picked sculpting and modeling tools
“Sculpting Expression and Fantasy Characters: Part 1” DVD Tutorial by John Brown

Once you’ve mastered the techniques shown in “Sculpting Expression and Fantasy Characters: Part 1” you may also want to consider furthering your knowledge with John’s supplementary volume, “Sculpting Fantasy Characters: Part 2.”

For even more of John Brown’s DVD Tutorials, visit our John Brown section with topics ranging from “How to Assemble a Character Armature” to “Sculpting the Femme Fatale.” to “Sculpting the Femme Fatale.”

Weight1 lbs
Dimensions11 x 8 x 5 in

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