The Terracotta Army In Qin Dynasty

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Terracotta Army is a kind of burial object for the Emperor in Qin Dynasty and it also represents one of the artwork term, "Production", which is using raw material and technical method to produce one or more products. In the process of producing, there are a lot of capital and labor consumed and it could be a large-scale project. When a great amount of labor comes to produce goods of production, there are always appearing various products from person to person. Also, because of the consumption of the natural material, production in different place usually have a distinct style, characteristic, and their own custom. For example, the terracotta army is a typical production and this production is produced step by step with different production techniques. Most of the producers are potters who carve a sculpture and use clay to embellish details, then combine legs and head with a body. The potter focuses on the soldier's face and carves carefully which can express the soldiers' characters or mood, so that every production has their own features. It is challengeable for the producer to sculpture a production by using raw materials or semi-finished goods. When the first pit was found, there were hundreds of…show more content…
For instance, there are a great number of general soldiers standing at the first pit and these soldiers are the major part of the troop. They have two kinds of clothes to wear. One is a coat and the other is armor. It is more convenient for soldiers wearing a coat to move. There are also cavalries at the pit who wear a small hat and short boots, and the clothes of them are shorter than that of general soldiers. They do not have protecting clothing so that they can battle easily. Besides soldiers, horses are found at the pit either. These horses are located in the front of troops and every four horses stand together. The size and shape of the horse are almost same with the real

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