Adam Beane Industries is offering a workshop this March that will teach sculptors Adam's unique, intuitive approach to portraiture.
Taught by Adam Beane, with special guest critique by Mike Hill, this workshop will revolutionize how you approach portraiture. Classes will be held every Saturday for four weeks, and sculptors will work alongside Adam, sculpting a 1/3 scale portrait from from a live model, with lectures, demos, and individual instruction from Adam for the entirety of the workshop.
Portraits sculpted by Adam Beane in Cx5 and Cx5s
All tools and materials, including Cx5s and a Kerr Ultra Waxer 2, will be provided for the participants a week prior to the start of the class, so participants can familiarize themselves with the working properties of Cx5s before beginning the intensive workshop.
Held at the spacious Vanaheim Studios in Burbank, California, this workshop is the first to be offered from Adam Beane Industries in the LA area, and will be limited enrollment to ensure individual attention for each participant.
The purpose of this workshop is to introduce sculptors to Adam’s methodology in a profoundly versatile material, and for participants to use these new techniques to produce portraits that can either be taken to complete finish at home, or left at the level of finish that the participant achieves during the workshop. Attendees are encouraged to work on their portraits over the weeks between classes, using the provided photo reference of the live model.
This workshop will be a very intensive look into Adam's methodologies on sculpting portraits, and is sure to improve any sculptor's approach to capturing a likeness, at any scale. Join one of the worlds foremost portrait sculptors for this four day workshop and receive instruction and constructive critique at the highest level.
Special guest critique - Mike Hill
Mike HIll is a world-renowned hyperrealist sculptor and portraiture expert who brought life-size silicone sculptures into the public eye as an art form. He will be offering feedback and helpful critique on participants portraits towards the end of the workshop.