Join Instructor Dallas Harvey for an engaging and comprehensive three-week sculpting course, specifically tailored to teach students the fundamentals of creating a human face in clay. The classes will take place on three consecutive Sunday afternoons from 11am to 2pm.
Throughout the course, students will delve into the intricacies of facial anatomy, starting with an analysis of the human skull. By exploring its structure, planes, proportions, and landmarks, participants will gain a solid foundation to accurately locate and construct facial features. Drawing from a variety of sources, including classical portraiture, forensic science, plastic surgery, and cutting-edge computer graphics research, this course presents a well-rounded perspective on the human face.
The class syllabus includes an in-depth study of various topics such as the skull, skeletal muscles of the head, the intricacies of the eyes, facial fat, feature construction, and human skin and texturing. The instructor will guide the class through a detailed examination of each facial feature, shedding light on how each layer of the body influences their forms.
Whether you’re a designer, painter, 3D modeler, special effects makeup artist, embalmer, mortician, medical/dental student, or simply a passionate hobbyist, this course offers invaluable insights into viewing human anatomy through the eyes of an artist.
There’s no requirement for previous sculpture or anatomical experience, making this course accessible to beginners and intermediate sculptors from all artistic backgrounds and styles.
The tuition fee covers all necessary products, materials, and tools required for the course. We encourage you to bring a notepad and camera to document your progress as you learn.
Don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your sculpting skills and unlock your artistic potential in capturing the forms of the human face!