Papier mache sculpture

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Papier mache sculpture

  1. 1. Papier Mache’ ( French for 'chewed-up paper' due to its appearance), sometimes called paper-mâché , is a construction material that consists of pieces of paper , sometimes reinforced with textiles stuck together using a wet paste (e.g., glue , starch , or wallpaper adhesive). The crafted object becomes solid when the paste dries. The ppt is from here: www.schurzhs.org/ourpages/auto/2009/4/13/.../ papier %20 mache . ppt
  2. 3. Sculpture is three-dimensional artwork created by shaping or combining hard and or plastic material, sound, and or text and or light, commonly stone (either rock or marble ), metal , glass , or wood . Some sculptures are created directly by finding or carving ; others are assembled, built up and fired , welded , molded , or cast . Sculptures are often painted [1] . A person who creates sculptures is called a sculptor .
  3. 7. In sculpture , an armature is a framework around which the sculpture is built. This framework provides structure and stability, especially when a plastic material such as wax or clay is being used as the medium. When sculpting the human figure, the armature is analogous to the major skeleton and has essentially the same purpose: to hold the body erect
  4. 13. An alebrije (pronounced [aleˈβɾihe] ) is a brightly-colored Mexican folk art sculptures of fantastical animal-like creatures. While Pedro Linares first used the term to describe his papier mache creations, it is now commonly used in reference to the Oaxacan woodcarvings popularized by Manuel Jimenez
  5. 14. The Origin of Alebrijes Pedro Linares started out as a common papier mache artist who eked out a living on the outskirts of Mexico City by making traditional piñatas , carnival masks, and Judas dolls for local fiestas. In the 1930s, he broke from tradition and started creating elaborate decorative pieces that represented imaginary creatures he called alebrijes . Inspired by a dream when he fell ill at age 30, [1] these papier mache sculptures were brightly-painted with intricate patterns and frequently featured wings, horns, tails, fierce teeth, and bulgy eyes
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  7. 20. Don’t forget about BALANCE

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