Build Your Own Ecorché | Part 6: Baking and Painting the Ecorché

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    In this series, you will learn how to create your own ecorché sculpture from scratch with artistic anatomist, Rey Bustos. Rey makes the challenging but rewarding subject of learning artistic anatomy easy-to-understand and fun. In this sixth lesson of the series, Rey will show you how to bake the skeleton of your ecorché at home. You will then learn how to paint the skeleton, the last step before applying muscles.


    • Aluminum Foil
    • Gas Oven (Empty and Not Preheated)
    • Oven Mitts or Potholders
    • Lazy Susan Stand
    • Varathane Wood Stain – Golden Oak
    • Small Paint Brush
    • Blue Painter’s Tape or Masking Tape
    • Paper Towels
    • Printer Paper
    • Art Alternatives Armature (Aluminum) Wire – 1/8″ Inch
    • 24 Gauge Steel Wire
    • Super Sculpey Clay – Original Beige
    • Shop Cloth
    • Super Sculpey (II or III) Chocolate
    • Zap-a-Gap Super Glue – Medium CA+
    • Baking Soda
    • Electrical Tape
    • Circular Wooden Base
    • Small Wooden Clay Tools
    • X-Acto Knife
    • Flexible Metal Modeling Palette
    • Petroleum Jelly
    • Staple Gun
    • Krylon Color Master Spray Paint – Almond
    • Needle Nose Pliers
    • Slip Lock Pliers
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