The construction of the human face 

The construction of  the human face 

Course overview 

Using a mounted plastic skull as an armature, the face is constructed in layers, starting with the deep musculature, the facial fat, the superficial musculoaponeurotic system and musculature, and finally the skin. 
Specific attention is devoted to construction of the eyes and periorbita, ears, nose, and oral apparatus. 
The final two days will focus specifically on accurate sculpting with an attempt to achieve likeness, giving attention to animation, aging and cosmesis. 

Structured Course Content: 

Creating the face from a mounted skull base 
Covering aspects of facial anatomy and aesthetics 
Daily lectures and supervised sculpting 
Using a live model to create a likeness 
Date: May-June 
Duration: 5 days 
Venue: The Beeches, Selly Oak Road, Bournville, Birmingham, B30 1LS 
Investment: £750 
( £650 for trainees) 
Free parking 
Possibility of accommodation available 
Designed to enhance the appreciation of the human facial form. 

Who is it for? 

Facial Surgeons & Artists who wish to explore the interface of medical science and art 
Practitioners of facial surgery at all levels 
Places will be limited to 12 per workshop 
29.5 CME points 
Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh 
Course Convener: Mr Francis Peart 

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