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Sculpt With Polymer Clay, Intermediate: Flowers, Flowers, Flowers!
In this class, we will work with polymer clay to create a variety of flowers using different techniques.
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$5 per class
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30 minutes per class
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In this class we will use a polymer oven bake clay, such as Fimo or Sculpy, to make as many different flowers as we can fit in, using a variety of techniques. Each week we will focus on a different kind of flower and leaf. I will show step by step directions and discuss what I am doing, and share some awesome tips on making a realistic representation of nature. A basic set of clay tools is also recommended. In lieu of a set of clay tools, the learner can use household objects: a toothpick,...
This class is taught in English.
I have been teaching art for close to 10 years. My focus always was and will remain on the process of making art. It is so important that kids enjoy themselves in their creative expression.
There will be no homework assigned.
The students will need the following: * Sculpy or Fimo clay in a variety of colors, I suggest two packets for some of the colors: several kinds of green, black, white, brown, orange, yellow, red, blue, pink, purple. Any other color that students prefer. * Soft wire: 16 to 20 gauge is good. * Jewelry wire cutters that are safe and easy to use. * Masking tape! * Basic clay tools. In the absence of the tools, a toothpick, or a large plastic sewing needle will work for most things. * Something to safely slice the clay with. It needs to be relatively thin. I often use a metal bookmark I bought as a souvenir, in absence of that I have used an apple corer, or even a thin metal ruler. However, there are tools available for cutting clay. Optional - *Mica powder (the shine that you see on my sculpture is done with mica powder). Please feel free to reach out to me with any questions you may have about the materials. I am happy to provide links or photos of the materials upon request.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
I am happy to provide positive feedback, but there will be no formal assessment.
30 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
There are several supply items essential for the success of this project: wire, and basic set of clay tools is also recommended. Note to learners and parents, please be sure to follow instructions when baking the clay. The temperatures for this kind of clay is often quite low (around 250 degrees), and is stated on the clay box or wrapper. The younger learners may require parental assistance making the clay more malleable. We will also be using wire, soft aluminum wire is best, gauge 18 or 16. The students may require assistance cutting the wire, though if the wire is soft enough and the wire clippers are safe to use, they should be able to complete that independently. At the end of the lesson, once our project is complete, the learners will need assistance with the use the oven in order to bake the completed project.
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Hi, my name is Mariya, and to put it simply, I love art. I love to make art, and to share my passion with others. I love sharing my skills with my students. My favorite part is seeing them embrace and enjoy the process of art making, making...