Clay Sculpting - Spring Baby Animals: Puppy, Kitten, Piglet, Duckling, Calf
This on-going class meets once a week. Students will learn how to create sculptures. Instructors will teach basic sculpting techniques to create three-dimensional objects. 2-D shapes and 3-D forms will be discussed.
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Completed by 54 learners
learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
55 minutes per class
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This class is an ongoing format. Students will sculpt a new animal every week. Each week is charged as a subscription on Sunday mornings. Students can join or leave the series any week. Prior attendance and knowledge of the subject is not required to attend. Students will create freestanding, handmade pieces using sculptural techniques. They will learn how to consider volume, weight, color and form to design their objects. They will learn the difference between shapes and forms. They will...
Teacher Jessica Teacher Jessica is a graduate fine art artist from California State Fullerton University with her concentration in Illustration and Art Education. She has received professional training on figure drawing and portraiture. Her passion in theatrical and costume design and the entertainment industry in general has contributed to an innovative approach in her teaching as well as inspired many students that she met in her classes. She promotes artistic freedom and confidence in her teaching approach while bonding with her students, creating special invaluable relationships with her lively interaction and natural charisma. For more information on Young Art teachers go to: https://outschool.com/teachers/Young-Art-instructors
Play-dough or model magic clay (If you get the plain white, you will need to mix paint into the white clay to make other colors. If your learner is on the younger end, it is recommended that you prepare the clay before class. You may want to get three primary colors (red, yellow and blue) plus the white and black. You can pre-make other colors like green, purple, orange, brown by mixing the primary colors before class, so that your learner has all colors ready for use while following along with the instructor.) Clay tools, toothpicks, rolling pin, etc. Paint Paintbrush Cardstock to put your creation on
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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