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Digital Sculpting with Mudbox by Bridgette Mongeon, Mike de la Flor

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Appendix F: Figure List

 

Chapter 1

1.1

When working with Mudbox, the program's interface provides all the space and tools required for sculpting.

1.2

Traditional sculpting tools come in a variety of sizes and shapes.

1.3

Mudbox sculpting tools produce the same or similar sculpting effects as real sculpting tools.

1.4

Sculpting a natural sculpture begins with the understanding of anatomy.

1.5

When possible, it is advisable to take accurate measurements of your subject to assure correct proportions.

1.6

The interplay of light and shadows on the surface of a sculpture dictates its perceived form. Life-size clay sculpture by Bridgette Mongeon.

1.7

Negative space is useful in preventing problems with proportions and form.

1.8

Establishing gesture ...

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