First let's look at my cardboard head, yay cardboard! yay cuts in my fingers! yay olfa knife! I think you got the idea... we were supposed to do our head with cardboard for this project, It was a really hard one, but I do think I got something from it since this was my first time thinking about how the human head was structured. I did this project around october last year, and I think it was a good thing to take some photos of it in process.
And now... The final piece!
Now I'll show you something from my sculpture class. I also learned a lot about the head structure from doing this; nothing like a three dimensional approach to the human head to learn how to handle it. I was supposed to make the head of one of my classmates but she wasn't there so I ended up doing a sculpture of another sculpture. Here the model:
And here is my sculpture on clay
I actually enjoyed doing the second one, it was like a break for some of my hardest classes *cough*computer involved classes*cough* I also felt happy with the results, I probably also like the fact that I was doing someone else's head because when I try to do something related to me it just... is more difficult.