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Through drawing, planning and modeling of objects and subjects, students will acquire a full understanding of the three-dimensional structure, proportion, balance and volume of the pieces that are worked on.

We will work on the structure of the parts that make up the human face (mouth, eyes, nose and ear), masks, busts, èchorché, extremities and the complete human figure. Jobs will be generated from life either with plaster models or live models.



-Comparative measurement:

Measurement method where the student looks for relationships between proportions, angles and sizes to achieve an accurate replica of the work being reproduced.


Drawing technique that uses only straight lines to first capture the outline of the object to be drawn and later the silhouette of the shadows inside and outside the object. This technique is used only at the beginning of the drawing process to help the student simplify what he must portray.

Escultura: Service
Escultura: Galería
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