Modelling and moulding

Modelling

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  1. Inspiration: v16310 Curvaceous bodies in clay
    With inspiration from the artist Svend Wiig Hansen, the children can make beautiful, powerful sculptures of, for example female bodies like here. The pupils will first make sketches of Wiig Hansen's works or each other and then turn the sketches into exciting sculpture work. Just look here! TARGET GROUP: Seniors (Y7-Y9) and optional courses
  2. Inspiration: v16295 Long-legged sculptures
  3. Inspiration: v16140 Sculptures from mixed clay
  4. Inspiration: v15889 How to hand model using the pinch pottery technique with self-hardening clay and decorating with spatter paint
    Learn how to hand model with self-hardening clay using the pinch pottery technique. This technique can be used to make trays, bowls and vases with and without legs. Leave the finished items to dry for 24-48 hours prior to painting with craft paint and spatter technique.
  5. Inspiration: v15833 Toadstool hanging decorations made from self-hardening clay
    Make these small toadstools from self-hardening clay. Use terracotta coloured clay for the toadstool's cap and use white clay for the stem. Assemble the toadstool with an eye pin which serves as a loop for the string for hanging.
  6. Inspiration: v15663 Fimo modelling clay monsters
    Make your own monsters from Fimo modelling clay and fix them in a household oven at 110°C for 30 min. You may make a hole at the top for hanging or you may stick them onto surfaces with Power Tack adhesive.

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