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CLAY WORKSHOP

THE BASICS OF CREATING A CLAY MASK

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scalpel. Cut out base of mask from the slab you have just created with a scalpel. cross hatching. guide rail. Cut out features/shapes. Roll out clay to desired shape with guide rails • SAFE work place 3. fire adapt design if necessary STAGE 1 1. texture.LO: Construct and manipulate 3D material ART VOCABULARY IMPORTANT POINTS Clay. slip. Use textures to explore pattern . Refine Edges • Don’t make the clay too thin – it will fall apart 4. slap. • Respond to clay and kiln. refine the edges • Pack away carefully – ensure airtight 5. Make a stencil from newspaper using your design as • Hands dry out clay – avoid contact inspiration • Sculpt Carefully 2. pattern. Add on using slip and cross hatching 6.

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refine the edges 2. slip. Use textures to explore pattern • SAFE work place • Don’t make the clay too thin – it will fall apart • Pack away carefully – ensure airtight . cross hatching.LO: Construct and manipulate 3D material ART VOCABULARY IMPORTANT POINTS Clay. slap. texture. • Respond to clay and kiln. pattern. Cut out features/shapes. guide rail. fire adapt design if necessary STAGE 2 • Hands dry out clay – avoid contact 1. Add on using slip and cross hatching • Sculpt Carefully 3. scalpel.

1. Photograph your work and Cultural marsk Evaluation glue it in your book next to this worksheet Oil-pastel drawing Mark composition 2. Answer the questions in regards to the mask project in the spaces below. -What have been my strengths? Final clay piece -What have I enjoyed? -What have I not enjoyed as much? -When have I persevered with a technique? -When could I have persevered more? -If I did this again how would I improve? Cultural mask research .

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