Plaster figures

Plaster figures  

have many vector purposes.

They can be used both as a decor and as parts of the architecture of your building.

Our plaster figures are mainly used as a textbook.

Anatomical parts of the body are intended for educational institutions as a visual aid, as well as in art schools in order to master the volume of details of the redrawn object, as well as the location of shadows on them.

Geometric shapes are also suitable for lessons in geometry, physics, mathematics. For novice artists, in addition to mastering the shadows, will help to understand the projection of lines relative to space.

The plaster head is an architectural concept. I want to remind you that most often confuse the head from the bust. What is the difference between a plaster head and a plaster bust?

The bust combines the head, neck and part of the torso with the forearm, while the head is limited to the head and neck, sometimes allowing a small part of the chest.

The use of such plaster figures is great. Suitable as a visual aid and as part of the interior of your homes and offices.


The plaster mask also has a universal purpose, from decor to a visual aid.


The statue also has an architectural concept and implies a full-length statue.


The torso sculpture is the part of the statue limited to the waist.


Gypsum figures for decoration are used in the interiors of your apartments, houses and offices.


Sculptural parts of architecture are parts of ancient buildings. These include various items.


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A set of geometric figures made of plaster

A set of geometric figures made of plaster

A set of geometric figures made of plaster. set includes:1) Bullet2) Cube3) The quadrilateral pyrami..

220грн.

Plaster figure - Bas-relief of the Nativity

Plaster figure - Bas-relief of the Nativity

Plaster figure - Bas-relief of the Nativity of Christ in the church of Forte dei Marmi..

250грн.

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