Originally produced by George Hurst in the 90s, this video will help you learn how to carve a marsh grass setting with an eagle head and a flying mallard duck. You'll learn new methods for beveling, modeling, and creating texture on feathers.
Note from Jim Linnell: “These videos represent a piece of history. They capture invaluable lessons from great artists, some of whom are no longer with us. Originally produced over 20 years ago, and later digitized from VHS, the sharpness of the image or quality of the audio may not be quite on par with our more modern video technology. However, note that this does not in any way compromise the quality of the instruction.”
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