The Professional Approach to Sculpting the Human Figure

The Professional Approach to Sculpting the Human Figure

Andrew Sinclair

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The Professional Approach to Sculpting The Human Figure is the first book by Andrew Sinclair MRSS SWAC, recognised as a master of world-class figurative sculpture.
It is based on Andrew’s ground-breaking Sinclair Method, as taught at The Sculpture School, which completely transforms the building and creation of Contemporary Realist sculpture. This method is revolutionising the approach to sculpture, also acting as a powerful source of knowledge, enabling students searching for excellence to become professional masters of their art.
This book deals with the foundations of good figurative sculpture and offers a profound understanding of measurement, anatomy, design and composition in an easy to understand format that will inspire established sculptors and beginners alike.
So if you want to raise your game and lift your sculpture talents to a professional level – this book is dynamite! Consider it food for the sculptural soul.


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Andrew Sinclair:
Andrew Sinclair's impressive catalogue of work graces distinguished historical properties and public places such as the Royal Box at Ascot and Crosby Hall (Sir Thomas More's old palace) in London. Working to commission during his 25 year professional career, Andrew's sculptures are in collections across the globe. His talent extends across all genres of sculpture, from historic bronze re-creations for public spaces and private commissions, commemorative portraits for museums and industry magnates, to award-winning Imaginary Realist work showcased in Spectrum - a yearly compendium of the world's most accomplished fantasy artists. Andrew's unique problem-solving approach led to his development of Plastishim - a product that has changed the face of moulding and casting in the film and bronze foundry industries. Now, 25 years later, Andrew has turned his innovative approach to sculpture, with the ground-breaking Sinclair Method.

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