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Ch 9 sculpture

Pivot Point ch 9 Sculpture

Sectioning dividing the head into controllable areas for sculpting
apex the top portion of the head
occipital the bone in the back of the head
nape the back of the neck
forward head position most used when refining form lines
fringe pivot point term for bangs
perimeter outline of the sculpture
head position the way the head is held while sculpting
partings used for control of hair when sculpting
concave line inside area of a curve
convex line outside area of a curve
Basic form or shape by observing the outer boundary or silhouette.
Detail texture or surface appearance
abstract viewed as if the hair stands straight out from the head at a 90* angle
Natural fall the hair as it lays naturally from the head
normal projection viewed abstractly as if hair were projected straight out from the head in a 90* angle.
weight the concentration of lengths within a given area.
solid form also known as 0* angle cut. all lengths fall to one level.
graduated form shorter exterior lengths that progress toward longer interior lengths. also known as 45* or wedge cut
increased layer form shorter interior lengths that progress toward longer exterior lengths. Also known as 180* cut.
uniform layer form all lengths in the interior and exterior are the same. Also known as 90* cut.
shears produce clean blunt edge
Taper shears one straight blade and one serrated blade.
Razor produces a tapering or angled effect on the end of each strand
Clippers electric tool that can achieve a variety of effects. Generally sculpts hair fastest.
comb used to distribute and control the hair before, during and after sculpting
palm down palm of sculpting hand faced down as in solid form
palm up palm of sculpting hand faces up as is sculpting diagonal lines
palm to palm the palm of your sculpting hand faced the palm of your other hand as when sculpting graduated lengths
on top of the fingers sculpting above the fingers when lifting lengths on top of the head
shampoo comb comb used to detangle wet hair after shampooing
master sketcher comb used for controlling large amounts of hair
sculpting comb comb that has fine and wide teeth for distribution of medium sections of hair
Taper comb a barber comb that allows sculpting close to the scalp
natural distribution the direction the assumes as it falls naturally
perpendicular distribution hair combed at a right angle from the parting. Not necessarily 90* from the scalp.
shifted distribution hair combed out of natural fall and perpendicular distribution. used with exaggerated lengths.
direction distribution used most often along a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal plane.
Planar sculpting most often used along a horizontal or vertical plane. Square or rectilinear form
projection the angle at which the hair is held. Elevation. high, medium, low
parallel finger position fingers are positioned the same as the parting line. equal distance away
nonparallel finger position fingers are positioned unequally from the parting line.
design line length guide used when sculpting, can be stationary or mobile
stationary design line all hair are directed to the same length guide.
mobile design line using a small amount of previously sculpted hair as a length guide to sculpt the next parting.
Created by: annalder