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Vanderpoehl Figure Plane Study

By WoodyLWG
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Reduction of the figure to planes, referenced the guidance of Vanderpoehl and Bridgeman.
IMAGE DETAILS
Image size
1024x1440px 921.51 KB
Make
OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP.
Model
FE340,X855,C560
Shutter Speed
10/80 second
Aperture
F/3.5
Focal Length
6 mm
ISO Speed
64
Date Taken
Mar 7, 2010, 5:30:53 PM
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kulzer's avatar
Excellent work!
Telgath's avatar
Peter Say; "Do I have to sculpt the penis?"
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Ratmie-kun's avatar
Oh, I love how the surface came out. A bit of pounding eally makes the skin look like skin.

Not to mention the proportions themselves, damn it's clean.
shamisho's avatar
You have a great understanding of the human body! You're an amazing sculpture. :d
WoodyLWG's avatar
Thank you shamisho! I have made a study of anatomy since I was in grade school, which may help to explain my familiarity. You are too kind, thank you for your compliment!
shamisho's avatar
You're very welcome. I'm a bit jealous, that you've been studying anatomy since grade school. Wish I had done the same.. Haha but I guess it's never to late to start now either. :)
Have you ever done a tutorial of how you make a human sculpture? Would be great to see how you make your figures, how you start making the ground and up. :]
kevsterman's avatar
This is really good. How big is it? What do you do with it? Is it sold or stored, given away?
WoodyLWG's avatar
Thank you kevsterman. The finished piece was approximately 30" in height. Once it was completed it was reclaimed into the bucket of clay.
kevsterman's avatar
You scrapped it?? Noooooo! That seems such a waste :tears: I'd have happily taken it off your hands.
WoodyLWG's avatar
LOL, yeah. It doesn't do to get too attached to things, y'know? I could sculpt dozens of Vanderpoehl figure studies and learn something new each time from it. :)
kevsterman's avatar
You're stronger than I am. If I had sculpted that there is no way I could bin it afterwards. I'd be far too attached to it. But I guess if you are doing a lot of them you'd have to bin them otherwise you wouldn't be able to move for male torsos cluttering up every room :)
WoodyLWG's avatar
ROFL - yea, it got a little crowded there for a minute. Definitely was one of my favorite classes at the Academy. I don't know when I'll ever have time to do traditional clay sculpture again, but I hope to do some more in the future...probably thirty or forty years from now when I finally can retire!
subedei's avatar
Nice all the planes are pretty dead on, great work
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