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sculpt

(skŭlpt) [Fr. sculpter, to carve]
To change the form or shape of a material, including a part of the body. In health care the term is applied to the contouring of both hard and soft tissues, e.g., using by exercise or cosmetic surgery.
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Measurements from sittings are used to make a metal armature to replicate the pose, and the head and hands are then sculpted from clay, from which plaster moulds are taken.
Without opening the bag, students press through the plastic to sculpt a 3-D form.
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- Use the ChronoSculpt Clip Timeline to quickly adjust and reposition the length of a cache animation sculpt anywhere on the timeline or make global changes to the entire animation
The Microsoft Sculpt Mobile keyboard replaces the Function keys with commonly used functions such as Windows playback and volume.
"An artistic eye helps." he says, "but to some degree, anyone with a desire to sculpt can do it."
"If you want to reshape and sculpt your whole body, the combination of mat Pilates and hand weights will make the difference."
In tests, the researchers have used the technology to sculpt a car hood.
This allows the surgeon to debulk, shape, and sculpt the flap while maintaining its peripheral blood supply.
OUTLINE From Past to Present * Ice Sculpting Through the Ages The Sculpture Is Already There Studying the Art Learning to Sculpt The Composition of Ice Sculptures * Rules on Composition Concentrating on the Basics * Basic Sculpting Exercises * Lessons in Design Basics * Lessons in Sculpting Basics The Sculptor * The Sculptor's Passion * The Sculptor's Challenge Artist Profile [FIGURE 1-1 OMITTED]
I structured ponytails on my portrait to symbolize my youth." How does Nare sculpt without the ability to see her work?