verb (used with or without object)
Origin of sculpt
Examples from the Web for sculpting
Contemporary Examples of sculpting
I was drawing and painting and writing and then I was sculpting.The Michelangelo of Lego Who Quit Law to Play With Toys
February 7, 2014
Everyone, it appears, seems to be sculpting her in the image they best see fit.The Right's Favorite Atheist
June 13, 2010
"Just sculpting Dylan is a long, involved process with many steps," he said.Hot Dogs!
February 16, 2010
Historical Examples of sculpting
But there was the murmur of a woman's voice without, and Fairfax, his sculpting tools in his hands, opened the door.Fairfax and His Pride
Marie Van Vorst
Word Origin for sculpt
1826 (implied in sculpted), from French sculpter, from Latin sculpt-, past participle stem of sculpere "to carve" (see sculpture). Related: Sculpting. The older verb form was sculpture (1640s), also sculp (1530s).