Here are a selection of images from recent Portraiture & Facial Anatomy for Artists workshops held at Scott’s London studio. The gallery shows the progression of the facial reconstruction sculpting exercise over the three days of the course.
More details on upcoming workshops can be found on the Portraiture & Facial Anatomy course page.
Here are a few images of the sculpture, shown in clay above, which I unveiled during my lecture at the Tate Modern on “Bit to Atoms – The Process and Evolution of Digital Sculpture“. During the lecture I talked about the process of making the piece – first creating a digital maquette in Zbrush to establish the balance, weight, and proportions of the figure, and then using that digital data as a guide for constructing the full-sized figure sculpture in clay.
Here is a comp of a small maquette I put together as a test for an upcoming project. It is loosely inspired by the ballerina sketch in the Drawings section. I am notÂ happy with the concept just yet, but time permitting, you may see a full version of this piece executed sometime in the new year. Happy Holidays.