“Emily Coleman’s Fantasy Creatures in Clay hits the mark on so many levels that I urge anyone starting off [with sculpting clay] to purchase it.”–Jason Babler
With an honest book review, Jason Babler explains why he thinks Fantasy Creatures in Clay is a must-have for any beginning artist. Not only does Babler touch upon the book’s straightforward tutorials for creating sturdy armatures and building forms but he highlights the importance of the step-by-steps for adding detail and painting your finished sculpture.
According to Babler, getting started as a sculptor can be a mystifying experience and a big obstacle to tackle – largely due to the lack of sculpting how-to books available. So if you’re one of those newbie sculptors, check out the book trailer below and, to read the full book review found in the latest issue of Make, click HERE. Then pick up a copy of Fantasy Creatures in Clay by Emily Coleman!
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