The Terra Cotta Warriors were carefully carved by workers after the clay was baked. Each of them was made by workers themselves, so their shapes were different.
The Terracotta Warriors and horses of the Emperor Qin Shihuang is one of the eight wonders of the world. The scene is very spectacular. The form of each terracotta warriors and horses is different and very vivid. So what is it for? Now I will tell you about!
The terracotta warriors and horses were built by Qin Shihuang so that future generations can remember his great achievements. The shapes and shapes of the figurines are different.
The large-scale pottery figurines are generally dried in the shade and then fired in a kiln at a temperature of about 1000°C. After the terracotta figurines are fired out of the kiln, they are painted one by one to complete the production of the terracotta figurines. In terms of the terracotta figurines as a whole, the manufacturing method is a combination of plastic and mold, with plastic being the main focus. The terracotta figurines were fired in situ near the Terracotta Warriors’ pits, and the clay used was local loess, blended with quartz sand.
The terracotta warriors unearthed in the pit were all colored, but most of the colors had fallen off when they were unearthed. Only mottled remnants remained on the terracotta warriors, and some of them with more remaining colors were as new as color. Through the analysis of the color of the terracotta warriors, we can generally understand the characteristics of various clothing colors of the Qin terracotta figures, which provides valuable examples for the study of the clothing color and military uniform equipment of the Qin Dynasty.
The shaping of the terra cotta warriors and horses is basically based on real life, with delicate and lively techniques. Each terracotta warrior has a different costume and look. There are many hairstyles, different gestures, and different facial expressions. From their attire, expressions and gestures, you can tell whether they are officers or soldiers, infantry or cavalry. In general, all the faces of the Qin warriors show the unique majesty and calmness of the Qin people, with distinct personalities and strong characteristics of the times.