How do we use paper to create 3D effects?
We learnt all about the Ancient Greek theatres today, leading to looking closely at different masks. We compared the shapes of the features on masks made for comedies and masks made for tragedies. We were then given a piece of paper and learnt how to cut and fold the paper in special ways to create 3D effects. In order to make our masks look Greek, we added paper cut, curled and folded in different ways to create desired features.
How do we make a coil pot?
Today we learnt how to make a coil pot in clay. We had to use skills of squeezing, scoring, joining and smoothing in order to create these pots....