This project is definitely a chance to be creative with limited materials!
The only materials you can use are:
-As many white paper off cuts as you want
-Glue (Glue sticks and Hot Glue if you have access to them and with adult supervision)
*no pencils and definitely no erasers!
and with these materials you need to create a......sculptural artwork!!
This about all the ways that you can connect paper and card. Have a look at this blog post and the student samples below to get some ideas and inspiration.
Photograph your finished sculpture. If you can, use a sheet or piece of fabric as a backdrop and experiment with lighting using a torch or small lamp.
**Optional extension: Use your the photograph and have a go at drawing it in black and white. Remember to look closely at where the dark and light falls on your sculpture to help you with adding shading.
Oh my goodness, these are fabulous! They would also become, while lit, wonderful for still life value studies in pencils or charcoal perhaps. Though maybe only older kids would have the patience to tackle the challenge!ReplyDelete
Great post, thanks for sharing!
That's a great idea! I might use the photographs until we do the project again, as all of these ones have gone home now.Delete
So simple, and such a fantastic idea!! I love it!!!ReplyDelete
Thanks - I love them too!Delete