Make It in Paper: Creative Three-Dimensional Paper Projects
Delightful introduction to paper sculpture, the art of raising flat paper into shapes. Step-by-step illustrated instructions and exercises teach basic techniques needed to make masks, hats, mobiles, hanging and table decorations, paper animals, more. No elaborate tools or materials required. Ideal for teachers looking for arts-and-crafts projects. Over 125 drawings and illustrations. 23 photos.
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THREEDIMENSIONAL MODELLING 18
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added interest aniline dye ART NOUVEAU attempt the exercises basic shape BATIK bird body bottom edge caterpillar circle clown coloured paper Connie Eaton craftsman creative curl curved score cut the shape CUT TO CENTRE cylinder different shapes draw drinking straw effective example exercise Fig experiment extra pieces eyes find it possible finished model fish fixed fixture flat paper flat shape frog front further exercise give form GLASS PATTERN BOOK HALF-CUT hold idea illustrated imaginative inserted introduced knife later exercises legs mask mastered materials method mobile necessary original shape overlapping painting paper sculpture piece of paper portrait group practice previous exercises raising form rectangle of paper returns scored and folded scoring and part-folding Sibbett sides SILK SCREEN simple slots STAINED GLASS PATTERN STENCILS suggested suitable surface tail teachers technique of scoring techniques of paper template three-dimensional TIE DYE transparent sticky tape variety