Restorative Art Laboratory   [Archived Catalog]
2012-2013 Catalog [Aug. 2012-Aug. 2013]

FSE 2120L - Restorative Art Laboratory

This laboratory experience is taught in a school campus laboratory. The student will perform hands-on application of modeling various restorative waxes to recreate head and facial features to normalcy of a deceased human being. The practice of reconstruction will be done on plastic skulls. The student will be required to have a complete knowledge of the muscular system of the head and bone structure of the human skull. He/she will demonstrate proficiency in the use of the modeling instruments and the proper use of modeling wax. The student will recognize color combinations and practice applying cosmetics in various skin tones in order to simulate normal skin color and hues.
Prerequisites: FSE 1000 and BSC 2085C.
Corequisites: FSE 2120.

Degrees Offered: A.S.

Credit Hours:1. 
Contact Hours: 2 laboratory hours.