Learn to carve a classic European bust from the internationally acclaimed Austrian Woodworking School. Includes inspirational gallery. A long-awaited reference guide from the instructors at the renowned Geisler-Moroder Austrian Woodcarving School.
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A Woodsculpting Course in Proportion and Design Carving the Head in the Classic European Tradition is a long-awaited reference guide from the instructors at the renowned Geisler-Moroder Austrian Woodcarving School, the largest international woodcarving school in Europe. For the first time in print, you'll discover the step-by-step process of carving a modern bust using the traditional and famous system of the Tyrolean carvers. Whether you're an amateur or a professional, you'll find this unique method of observation to be an inspiration as you work with "planes" thoughout the carving process to achieve a modern final piece that is practically "released" from the cubical forms. Inside Carving the Head in the Classic European Tradition, you'll find: *Techniques for creating your own model *Step-by-step instructions with easy-to-follow proportional drawings. *Full-color photographs demonstrating precise cuts *Theory of proportions and explanatory sketches throughout the project *A gallery of completed contemporary busts featuring creative finishing techniquesAbout the Author:
At the beginning of the 1950s, Professor Rudolf Geisler-Moroder began to teach woodcarving to a group of young students in Elbigenalp, Austria. This was the seed of t he school that today is called the Geisler-Moroder Austrian Woodcarving School. The professor's son, Martin Geisler-Moroder, established the present school in 1984. Martin Geisler-Moroder and his family welcome all course participants to enjoy their comfortable guesthouse and their excellent resturant. For more information, please contact the Geisler-Moroder Team at email@example.com or www.woodcarvingschool.com.
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Descripción Fox Chapel Publishing, 2006. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P111565233026
Descripción Fox Chapel Publishing, 2006. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX1565233026