For anyone who’s ever had trouble rendering the human face, the newly expanded and revised edition of Carving the Human Face, is your ticket to creating realistic portraits. From a world champion carver known for his lifelike busts, this updated book includes new patterns and photographs, in addition to valuable information on techniques for creating realistic hair, facial features, realistic skin and muscle, hats and head dresses. Phares provides tips for fixing common anatomical errors, and information about proper tool use. An exhaustive step-by-step project, that includes over 350 demonstration photos, guides you from a block of butternut to a finished mask of a Native American warrior. A gallery of Jeff Phares’ amazing work will inspire you
Female faces can be a real challenge ...in fact most attempts - well, you know! There is definitely a few tips and tricks that will make it easier. Harold knows them all and shares his knowledge within the 32 page color booklet and study stick.
The oveall bone and muscle structure is the same for all women. Gravity, age, and a little bit of genetics all play a part in the final result.