Making faces @ WDKA Illustration


They don’t often work 3D is what they told us, and the size was also a little bigger then they were used to. The group of 40 illustration students was keen on expanding their boundaries. They started sketching in groups of three and got to work in a haze of glue and cardboard. All these faces were made in less then 4 hours! We were impressed by the cooperation, detail and expression they were able to develop in the little time they had.

Want to make things larger than life?

We can help you make people make! YEAH TELL ME MORE!


4 responses to “Making faces @ WDKA Illustration”

  1. Miss French Avatar
    Miss French

    This is super work and I am using this as inspiration for my year 8 mask project. Thank you

    1. mathijs Avatar

      Thanks! Have fun!

  2. David Grattan Avatar

    I’ve been making costumes with painted cardboard for some time my latest was a frog – seeninthe above website

  3. patricia steponovich Avatar
    patricia steponovich

    Fabulous!! Could you send me the procedure? What were the requirements? I’d love to do it with my high school art students.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *