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Sketch Theatre: What’s the most common mistake that you see sculpture students make?
Jordu Schell: Flatness, the seeming inability to bring out the features, to pull them out and to make them really undulate and just be 3D, a lot of people just seem to draw in the clay and they do a lot of pinching forms instead of building a very solid skull structure. And they don’t tend to rotate the piece often enough and really look at it from all angles; you know I guess those are the most common mistakes.
It’s not actually an inability, its just people who are not used to creating three dimensional items, and granted it takes a very long time to learn how to simulate nature to an effect of enough degree that most people are fooled by it, it took me many years.
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