How to Sculpt Beetles, Bugs and Scarabs Realistically | Stephanie Kilgast | Skillshare

How to Sculpt Beetles, Bugs and Scarabs Realistically

Stephanie Kilgast, Contemporary artist.

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8 Lessons (32m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:45
    • 2. Material & Tools

      0:54
    • 3. Beetle Studies

      1:44
    • 4. Sculpting a Ladybug

      9:37
    • 5. Sculpting a Blue Scarab

      5:51
    • 6. Blue Fungus Beetle

      9:46
    • 7. Finishing Touches

      0:57
    • 8. Conclusion

      0:58

About This Class

If you're into bugs and insects, this class is for you!
I am going to guide you through the process of sculpting your very own beetles from scratch.
No prior knowledge needed! However, bring in some patience for better results!
I will explain my process through three examples, the eyed ladybug, a blue scarab and the blue fungus beetle.
I will also show you two different ways to make legs.
In the end I'm also going to share some of my artwork for you to go further.

Introduction
Materials and Tools
Beetle Studies 
Sculpting a Ladybug
Sculpting a Scarab (Protaetia Speciosa Cyanochlora)
Sculpting a Blue Fungus Beetle
Finishing Touches
Conclusion

Ressources :

Varnishes https://thebluebottletree.com/understanding-polymer-clay-glaze-sealer-varnish/
My tools : https://youtu.be/oqph9A56p38

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