Sculpture Decoration-Body Decoration and Modifications-Part 2 Please get out your Journal and something to write with!!
Henna: is a natural pigment. The leaves are cut from the plant, dried, and ground into a powder THIS DECORATION IS NOT PERMINATE!!!
Omo People of Ethiopia All their materials come from their surroundings and their decorations and persona change each time.
THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX!! What other materials could you use?? -Fabric -Yarn -Leaves -Buttons -Found Objects What other things can you turn your parts into? You can also cut into the plaster casts!!!
How the project will be GRADED…Plaster Cast body sculpturesPart 2- 2D Product (Contents): • Decorate and adorn your plaster cast body parts using a minimum of 2 body parts • Sculpture must include at least 2 additives, which may include a prop, or your own built structure or form • Sculpture must convey a theme or idea that you are trying to get the viewer to understand …you will have to explain later!!! What is you influence? Your message? • Must have 2well thought out sketch ideas in your journal before you begin!
Process (Craftsmanship): • Sculpture must convey a well planned out design and structure • Choices of materials to decorate from the following list, must use a minimum of two mediums: paint, markers, fabric/material, yarn, paper, collage, henna/dye, beads, found objects, sand painting, jewelry/beads, clothing, please talk with me about other options! • Keep it neat, no sloppy technique!!!
Studio time: • Stayed on task • Clean up!!! You will not leave to wash your hands until the whole room is cleaned • Worked continuously throughout the class period • Make up any missed days: That means excused or unexcused, 3 tardies = 1 absence