Realistic Human Sculptures: Human sculptures are mostly used in the Tv and movie industry as models and sometimes even in video gaming industry. These realistic human sculptures can be created from materials such as silicone, rubber, resin, hair and fabric. Human sculptures can vary in sizes, some can be as big as 5 ft and some miniature figurines. So based on the characters required for an animation movie, sculptors use a lot of materials. While creating realistic sculptures, it's important for the model to be strong, else they might end up falling flat on their faces with all sculptors hard-work gone to waste. Modeling, sculpting human sculptures is a tedious process, so it's not for the faint-hearted. Realistic human sculptures are used for entertainment and medical industry. We have put together a beautiful collection of realistic human sculptures created by some amazing sculptors around the world for your inspiration. Tell us about your favourite sculpture in the comments section.
Ron Mueck is an Australian sculptor, currently living in United Kingdom. Since 1996, Ron has been creating human sculptures and puppets for a reality based Tv show and films. He uses interesting materials like fiberglass, silicone and others to create his detailed sculptures. His human sculptures are sometimes mega-sized and at times palm sized. Ron Mueck was born in 1958 to German parents who were toy-makers. From his early childhood he was used to making puppets, costumes and during his free time, experimented with different kind of materials and techniques. All this has led to the world famous hyper realistic sculptor. He started his career as a model maker and puppeteer for children’s films (such as Labyrinth, The Storyteller and etc.). Later he was making photo-realistic props and animatronics for the advertising industry. In 1996 Mueck transitioned to fine art and in 1999 he was appointed as Associate Artist at the National Gallery, London. His 5 metre tall 'The Boy' was a huge success in 1999, it was quite popular for it's detailing, texture and emotions on the boy's face, which looks so realistic. Currently this realistic human sculpture is kept for display at Danish Contemporary Art Museum ARoS in Aarhus. Now let's take a virtual tour of the detailed human sculptures by Ron Mueck.Know more about Ron Mueck
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