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  • Miniature Meals Polymer Clay Sculpture II
  • The Activity • You will create a miniature meal using polymer modeling clay, chalk pastels, acrylic paints, paper, fabrics, and other found materials. • Your meal must contain at least 3 different foods and can include a beverage if you choose.
  • Steps • Research polymer clay artists – see links in handout. • Complete Brainstorming & Reference sheet and print visual references • Complete Make it a Meal Drawing sheet by creating 3 color drawings of your final plan.
  • Steps • As you develop your meal, think about the following: • Your meal must include at least 3 different foods • Consider an optional beverage • How will you present your meal? Plates, trays, napkins, etc. • How will the parts of your meal be arranged together?
  • Size & Scale • Plan the size of your meal… it should be a 1:6 to 1:12 scale of the actual size food you are replicating. • Use a scale conversion calculator to determine the size: • http://jbwid.com/scalcalc.htm
  • Examples
  • Questions?
  • Tutorial Videos • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UuUHH26BHZI • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1gXfIDub94s • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TvPqjhpXylA • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZU4ehXa7xE