This is your last activity, so put all the effort into it! You will make and design the folder for your artworks. Here are some examples, but remember that these are just some ideas, you can do whatever you want as long as it holds your works, be CREATIVE.
SIZE: A little bit more than a DIN A4 (Let's say 23 cm width and 32 length)
MATERIALS: Cardboard, and anything you want to decorate it.
DEADLINE: Last day of class.
HOW TO MAKE PLASTER MASKS (From http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Plaster-Mask)
Prepare your work area. Choose a room where you have a lot of space to spread out, since working with plaster can get messy. Lay newspapers or a drop cloth on the floor. Have paper towels handy in case a stray drip lands outside the covered area.
Prepare your supplies. Cut bandage plaster into strips. You will need enough strips to make three layers of plaster over the face.
The strips should be about 2-3 inches wide by 3 inches (5-7.5 cm x 7.5 cm) long.
Make some strips longer, shorter, wider or thinner. You'll need strips to cover all areas of the face.
Place the strips in a bowl. Set out a second bowl filled with warm water that you will use to wet the strips.
Prepare your subject. The person whose face you are using to mold the mask should wear clothing that he or she doesn't mind getting wet with drips of plaster.
Decide how much of the subject's face you plan to cover. It's best to have a conversation with your subject about his or her comfort level. If you wish to cover the entire face, make sure the nostril area is left clear so that the subject can breathe freely.
The process is easiest if the subject lies on the floor, but if he or she prefers to sit in a chair, wrap towels around his or her neck and shoulders.
Ask your subject to tie back his or her hair, and to pin bangs away from the face.
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LAST STEP: time to decorate your masks, and next week we will admire in class your creative works of art. Here is an example from past years students:
a 6 cm radius circumference and divide it in 12 equal parts, then
colour the primary, secondary and tertiary colours (in this order) using
only the three primary colour pencils. Write the names of the colours
and divide it in two parts, indicating warm and cool colour schemes.
COLOUR WHEEL ONLINE
Complete the following worksheet and print it (click on the image to get the worksheet)
Color Palette Generator.
Enter the URL of an image to get a color palette that matches the
image. This is useful for coming up with a website color palette that
matches a key image a client wants to work with.