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Modelling and moulding

If your inspiration is for modelling and moulding, many think of modelling clay. But there are so many more opportunities than just that. Here you will find ideas for modelling with Silk Clay, sculpting with plaster and casting with concrete.


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  1. Self-hardening stamped clay place cards
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    Self-hardening stamped clay place cards
    Make personal place cards from self-hardening clay. Use stamps with stamp ink to put patterns and names on the clay.
  2. Cakes from boxes
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    Cakes from boxes
  3. A Halloween miniature world in a dome bell jar
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    A Halloween miniature world in a dome bell jar
    Decorate the inside of a dome bell jar with Halloween miniature figures and lights.
  4. A bright idea
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    A bright idea
  5. Busts from red earth clay
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    Busts from red earth clay
    This is an introduction to the Y7-Y9 project at the Herning School of Art. The Danish artist Michael Kvium's ”Fools” is known and loved by many. They have their very own characteristic looks with distorted and exaggerated features, and they are often presented with some sort of prop on their head, which emphasizes the absurd and grotesque. In preparation for the bust project, each pupil has studied many versions of Kvium's paintings ”Fools”, and each pupil has chosen the fool they want to work with. When a painting is to be turned into a bust, the pupils have to improvise a little along the way, as the paintings do not show the back of the busts. This project is suitable for Y7-Y9 pupils (seniors).
  6. How to hand model using the pinch pottery technique with self-hardening clay and decorating with spatter paint
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    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.

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