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Clay summative project

After finishing my formative project, I accomplished the knoledge of doing a Box and a cylinder (seen below)

I prefered doing the box so I decided to do that for my summative project, however that boc would be bigger and of course cleaner, after cutting the slabs, placing them on the base, and sticking them with slip, I spent hours smoothening them out with the plastic ribs.  128 more words

3D Sculpture

Babak Golkar,Three-Dimensional Sculptural Pattern Forms

Architectural Pattern Contextual Research – Make Your Mark

The carpet skyscraper works of Iranian artist Babak Golkar draw a relationship between the two dimensional and three dimensional, architecture and art, and ultimately – the associations with the much-debated tension between east and west. 114 more words

Subject

Creative Day: Tate Modern

This month’s Creative Day was organized by myself and I decided that we would go to the Tate Modern. As I enjoyed the collage activity so much the last time, I thought we could do it again…but this time with some added rules to the game. 58 more words

Book Design

Clay formative project

This semester we started with the Clay unit, we have 2 formative projects and one final summative. The formatives are for us, students, to get used to using clay to perfection and to know what to do when you are facing a problem.  224 more words

3D Sculpture

Digital: Dawn Troll

Dawn Troll

Stone troll, overgrown and wistfully contemplating the dawn.

Experimenting with foliage using Fibremesh and creating non-organic textures over an organic form, created using Z-Spheres, asymmetric throughout. 151 more words

Art

Bernie Mitchell - Take 3

Bernie Mitchell, Ontario, Canada. Drywall sculpture via boredpanda.com – article by Julija Televiciute.

Creativity

Human Summative Project

To end off the semester, our last unit/project would be a human form. Basically, we needed to create a human out of anything – clay, paper, wire, wood, cardboard etc. 260 more words

3D Sculpture