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Hollow Sphere and Personal Moto - Ceramics Project

Hollow Sphere and Personal Moto - Ceramics Project

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  • What can you do with ahollow sphere? { Challenge #1
  • Add or subtract?
  • Functional or sculptural?
  • Adding detail
  • High Relief
  • Adding a way to balance
  • A hollow form NEEDS a Tiny Air Hole!
  • Sketch ideas?Think before doing!!
  • Usetechniquesto addon…coil, slab,pinch!
  • You can join 2 piecestogether to make it larger.
  • Add an interesting “foot”
  • How can you make it stand?
  • Add a handle
  • Be Inventive!
  • CRAFTSMANSHIP!!! SMOOTH EDGES USING TOOLS OR A DAMP S PONGE!!
  • DON’TCOPY! Makeit yourown!
  • Challenge #2:1. Subject Matter -What should your piece be about?Your piece must be based on a personal “moto” either thatyou come up with or that you find that best representsyou.
  • Other Motos!What symbolizes your moto?-Animals, Abstract shapes, people, objects, nature?-Literal or Metaphorical? “Sharing is Caring” The future is my unknown paradise
  • 3 Questions to help create your ownpersonal motto:1. What are your core values?2. What values would you most want to pass on to yourfamily? 3. What values will most improve the person you aretoday?
  • Just remember….1. Slip & Score & Smooth2. Air hole (if needed)3. Wrap up unless finished4. Clean ALL tools & table Television is chewing gum for the eyes. - Frank Lloyd Wright