Wildlife art and illustration: modeling in ferrocement - some experiments in Auroville, India

M.E. Ramanujam, S.J. Brooks

Abstract


The differences between subtractive and additive three-dimensional sculpting are defined, along with the advantages of modeling. The various genres are highlighted and applications in the form of case studies presented as succinctly as possible. The empathy some artists have for particular media is also touched upon.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11609/JoTT.o3975.6239-48

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