maandag 27 juni 2011

Plaster mask

Made by a student of grade 6
You need:
  1. bandage plaster
  2. vaseline
  3. towel
  4. jar with water
  5. scissors
  6. canvas
  7. cloth tape
  8. tempera paint
  9. brush
  10. stuff to decorate, like feathers, stones, shells, ribbons
  11. glue
Work in groups of two students.
Show a You tube movie about making masks or read Wiki how manual. In brief students have to:
1. Put a towel around the shoulders and pull the hair off the face.

2. Coat the face well with vaseline, especially hair line, eyebrows and eyelashes.
 
3. Cut the bandage plaster in strips. Make the strips one by one wet and cover the face. Be sure the strips overlap a little. Leave the nose open.
4. Provide three layers plaster for a solid mask.

5. Remove the mask after 15 minutes.

6. Close the hole of the nose with a last plaster strip.
Outline the mask with a pencil on a canvas. Cut a hole in the canvas about 1 centimeter smaller than the mask. Push the mask through the hole from the back of the canvas and stick it to the front and back with cloth tape.
Paint the canvas and face with tempera. Decorate the artwork with feathers, ribbons, shells or strass stones.
Students of grade 6 with their masks

2 opmerkingen:

  1. When I taught 7th graders, I used to do plaster masks with my kids every year. I also did it with 5th and 6th graders in a summer art camp program. It's always everyone's favorite project. We added to them and incorporated other elements and each solution was very unique. Maybe I'll find pics and post them sometime!

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  2. çok güzel ve yaratıcı.tebrikler..

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