About the Book
This book incorporates Virginie's Concept Characters, her gift of capturing the character or environment through Photography, and Writing.
The Process....the idea, the armature, the fleshing of polymer clay, the finished character, and stop motion animation are introduced beautifully through photography.
Features & Details
- Primary Category Fine Art
Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
- Publish Date Dec 02, 2010
- Keywords polymer clay, stop-motion animation, concept art, Virginie Goffin, Super Sculpey, soft sculpey, fine art, fine artist, traditional artist, sculpture book, animation, claymation, photography, characters, artist, sculpture, writing, France, Paris, Fimo, armature, artwork, illustration, prototype, dolls, figures, bead-work, clothing
For thirty years, conceptual artist Marcia K. Moore has produced innovative, exceptional visual art with both unparalleled creativity and an eye on the bottom line. From her fine art studio/gallery in Corrales, New Mexico to her current home at Ciamar Studio in Florida, Marcia has created extraordinary art for corporate and private interests, both nationally and internationally. Since her emergence in the 1980's, Moore has explored and developed her expertise in numerous mediums, her talent and style evolving with inventive proficiency. A former teacher at the Albuquerque New Mexico Art Center, she has consistently shared her knowledge with new generations of artists. Currently residing in Stuart, Florida, Marcia K. Moore is now creating "the story within" Ciamar Studio with the introduction of exciting character prototypes in both two and three-dimensional renderings, utilizing large-scale canvas, and literary enhancement.