Creating a fiber human portrait involves a combination of techniques, materials, and artistic skills. Here is a general overview of the process:

At first Reference Photo Selection:

Choosing a clear, high-resolution reference photo of the person you want to create a fiber portrait of. This photo will serve as your guide throughout the process.

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Measurement and Design: Using the reference photo, sketch the outline of the portrait on a piece of paper or directly on your working surface. Pay attention to the proportions and features of the face to ensure accuracy. start clay work step by step.

Clay Work Finished with all different angles Photography

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front view 

Straight view

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Right side View

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Left side View

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Fiber Selection: Select the appropriate fibers for your portrait. Consider the colors, textures, and thickness of the fibers to achieve the desired effect.

Fiber Preparation: Prepare the fibers by separating them into individual strands or small bundles. This step helps to create a more detailed and realistic portrait.

Layering and Shading: Start by applying a base layer of fibers that matches the overall skin tone of the person in the reference photo. Gradually add more layers, using different colors and shades to capture the facial features, contours, and shadows. Pay close attention to the fine details, such as hair, eyes, nose, and mouth.

Sculpting and Blending: Use various techniques, such as needle felting or wet felting, to shape and sculpt the fibers. These techniques allow you to add dimension, depth, and texture to the portrait. Blend the fibers together smoothly to create a seamless transition between different areas.

Finishing Touches: Once the main features are complete, focus on refining and enhancing the details. Add highlights, shadows, and additional layers of fibers to bring out the realistic qualities of the portrait. Pay attention to small details like wrinkles, freckles, or facial hair.

Mounting and Display: Once the fiber portrait is finished, carefully remove it from your working surface and mount it on a suitable backing material, such as canvas or a frame. Make sure it is securely attached and ready for display.

Remember: creating a fiber human portrait requires practice, patience, and attention to detail. Experiment with different techniques and materials to develop your own unique style and achieve the desired results.

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