Tuesday, November 27, 2012

New Tutorial

A few weeks ago, I put out the feelers to see if my followers were still interested in my tutorials.  I received a ton of emails with positive feedback asking me to keep making them.  The overwhelming response has spurred me on to start a new tutorial.  Many of the emails expressed how helpful the study stick tutorial had been and asked me to continue on with it.  Unfortunately, the study stick fell to an untimely demise, making it impossible for me to finish it up.  On a more positive note, this gives us a chance to start something new.

I decided to continue to help those who are struggling with facial features by carving an new face.  But, why stop there?  Let's carve the whole caricature head!  The first installment of the tutorial covers roughing out the head and caving the nose.  I hope you find it useful and informative.  Just click the Tutorials Page Tab at the top of this page and scroll down to the bottom.  There is a link that will take you to a PDF document that contains the tutorial.  Viewing it online can distort the images that are imbedded in the document, so for best viewing I suggest you download it to your computer's hard drive.  It also makes scrolling through the pages much smoother.  I hope you enjoy it.  Here's a sneak peek at what the end results will be:

1 comment:

  1. AWESOME!!!!

    Thanks Brandant! I certainly appreciate all of your work and effort to give us this tutorial.

    I will be telling the carving club about this resource for them to use, too.