Friday, 8 March 2013

#402 Remarque: "Striding Cougar"

From the sculptor's point of view, the skeleton is the most important part of the anatomy.
The sculptor must know how the bones are arranged and how they articulate before attempting to define muscles.   

As powerful as patina and color are - see posts  #391through #401 . . . 
sculpture is about anatomy, form, locomotion, and the realization of the animal through art.

Striding Cougar
8"H 19"L 6"W 
Copyright - Sandy Scott

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