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Study Guide Answers

1.     What should you do when the model needed for sculpting a figure can not be present the whole time?
     Take a picture of the model from 4 different angles.
2.     Of what is the human form primarily made?
     chest cavity, pelvic area, head, and the arms and legs
3.     When sculpting with clay, you should work __________ and _________.
     vigorously, fast
4.     __________ is the general movement and direction of the figure.
     Gesture
5.     Modeling means __________ __________, and carving means __________ __________.
     adding to, taking away
6.     Why does the artist spray water on the clay periodically while working?
     to keep the clay from drying out
7.     What type of clay is the artist using?
     terra-cotta
8.     A sculpture should be the equivalent of a photographic representation of the model. True or False?
     false
9.     Where on the head are the eyes located?
     in the center
10.     When sculpting, features should be: a). minimized b). exaggerated c). exactly as they are in real life
     (b)
11.     What is more important in sculpture, details or gesture?
     gesture
12.     What type of table should you work on when sculpting?
     a turntable
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