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Pyrography (Class 1)- "Writing With Fire"- Let's Woodburn!
Together we will use the art of Pyrography (writing with fire), more commonly known as woodburning, to draw using wood as our paper of choice!
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Students will be taught the art of pyrography by learning step-by-step technique to apply a woodburning tool to wood, as we 'draw' and add dimension to our own simple sketches. Parent supervision is highly encouraged, as this tool can reach very high temperatures at the tip end where the burning is originated. We will apply our tool to wood with various pressures and techniques that will provide us the effects that we desire. I will show drawing of simple shapes and sketches that we will...
This class is taught in English.
Students will learn safety tips for usage of a woodburning tool. They will be shown various ways to hold the tool for different effects of burning on our wood surface. We will practice with applying different pressure and direction to our tool. Students will learn to draw, shade, and add dimension to their own creative 'sketches', after learning some basic techniques from following along with initial instruction. My desire is to share an art form that may be unfamiliar to some, with a great deal of caution for safety in the forefront.
There will be no homework assigned, only hopes that students will continue to explore and create with their new form of art media.
A wood burning tool purchased from a local craft store, and a piece or two of wood for burning. Craft stores traditionally keep pieces of wood that are friendly for burning near the wood burning tools. These are often of pine or bass wood material. This is for practice of new concepts, not a final project unless the learner chooses to continue with burning, so I advise a less expensive piece or two to start. Pliers and a heat proof bowl or dish. optional: piece of sandpaper
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Personal assessment only, hopefully pride in their learnings and accomplishments of their creative project.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Parental Guidance for safety only
Chantal DrezekMother and Educator :)
55 total reviews
61 completed classes
Hello! My name is Chantal Drezek. I graduated many years ago, from Framingham State University in Massachusetts and taught the second grade. I have also tutored many multiple age/ability levels and have had many successful and wonderful...