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TYPES OF SCULPTURE THAT WE MUST PRESENT IN CLASS.. GROUP K.A.R.L ..

TYPES OF SCULPTURE THAT WE MUST PRESENT IN CLASS.. GROUP K.A.R.L ..

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Sculpture GROUP KARL .. DAB 2B JAN-JUN 2014 Sculpture GROUP KARL .. DAB 2B JAN-JUN 2014 Presentation Transcript

  • SCULPTURE BIL. NAMA NO. ID 1. KHAIRUNNISA BINTI ISHAK BDG13-07-001 2. MASAYU SHAREENA BINTI SONGIP BDG13-07-003 3. KHUZAIMAH BINTI KHOLID BDG13-07-005 4. KAMAL ANUAR BIN RAMLI BGD13-07-048 5. MUHAMAD ABDUL RAUF BIN KHAIRULANUAR BDG13-07-031 6. MUHAMMAD FADHLAN BIN SUHAIMI BDG13-07-029 LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE
  • DEFINITION OF SCULPTURE The art of carving , casting , modelling , or assembling materials into three- dimensional figures or forms .
  • TYPES OF SCULPTURE  1 . RELIEF SCULPTURE  Figures which are attached to flat background.  Bas or low relief  High relief 2 . FREE-STANDING SCULPTURE  Figure that can be seen all side of it (3D) 3 . KINETIC SCULTURE  Sculpture that move. 4 . ASSEMBLAGE SCULPTURE  Sculpture pieced together from found and scavenged item that no relationship to one another.
  • RELIEF SCULPTURE 1 . BAS OR LOW RELIEF Very compressed or completely flat, as on most coins, on which all images are in low- relief. 2 . HIGH RELIEF Where the most prominent elements of the composition are undercut and rendered at more than 50% in the round against the background.
  • FREE-STANDING SCULPTURE Example :
  • KINETIC SCULPTURE Example :
  • ASSEMBLAGE SCULPTURE Example :
  • FUNCTION OF SCULPTURE  To great extent , religion has made use of sculpture.  Instructional purposes.  Commemoration of heroes.  Minting of coins.
  • TYPES OF MATERIALS  STONE  BRONZE  WOOD  IVORY (animal tooth or tusk)  TERRA COTTA ( clay or glazed ceramic)
  • STONE STRENGTH •The most commonly used because of ; •its durability •high gloss when polished •Heavy •resistance to fire. WEAKNESS •Breaks easily.
  • BRONZE STRENGTH •Rich color and smooth texture •can support itself in positions which is imposible for stones. WEAKNESS •very heavy and expensive •there a difficult and intricacy in casting •tendency to crack when cooled
  • WOOD STRENGTH •Cheap •Readily available •Easy to cut •Smooth and beautiful when polished •Relatively light •Can be made easily into variety of shapes WEAKNESS •Limited in size and burns easily •Discoloration and decay easily
  • IVORY • Seldom used today because of its unavailability • it also easy cracks
  • TERRA COTTA •It means cooked earth •a clay fired at comparatively low temperature •It is beautiful and versatile medium STRENGTH •Responsive to artist hand WEAKNESS •it is fragile (easy damaged) •sculpture have a short life
  • METHOD IN SCULPTURE • liquid metal material is poured into a mold to create a form. • the form into which the material is poured and with impart the shapes. • Using a pliable materials such as a clay or wax the artist shapes the material into a 3D form. • Removing portions of a block of materials to create a form. CARVING MODELLING CASTIN GMOLD