Here is my wire sculpture after its first coat of paint. After our second coat of paint mine turned out a lot lighter. They all look really cool! If you can pop into our classroom to see them!
My favourite part of my salt dough creation is the wool because of the shape and pattern.I created the pattern by rolling the salt dough into long strips and twisting it into a swirl. We had to leave it over lunch break. It was really annoying after lunch because the salt dough had started to create a cover, so I had to re-roll the salt dough to make it sticky again. If I didn't re-roll it then it wouldn't stick to the others.When it came to painting time after baking them in the oven, everyone had to paint the whole sculpture white to make the paint brighter. I was really happy with the colour of the wool so I only painted the face. After we had finished painting our final colours onto our sculptures we varnished them.
Think of a title for this artwork.
BK Clay because it looks like a BK Burger.
If you could interview the artist, what question would you ask?
We would ask "What gave you the inspiration to make this piece?"
How do you think this was made?
We think this was made using a lot of patience and skill.
Here are some photos taken this morning in our classroom . Our art topic this term is make it work. We will all be creating a piece of art. I think these look like they are abstract but they are just a normal photo!
Here is a photo of my wire sculpture before painting. This exercise was part of our build up to our topic "Make It Work!"
What do you think?
Us back at school with our drinks.
Today Tamaki and I used our voucher to take one friend out for lunch. We chose Hannah and we had McDonalds.Tamaki had a Son of Mac combo, Hannah had a Medium Cheeseburger combo and I had a McChicken 'n' Cheese combo. We recommend them all. Thankyou to Miss Sullivan for taking us.
Here are some videos of the four boys using Hemi's table tennis voucher. There are some fantastic shots and some crack-ups.
Also - click here to see Harakeke's maths post.
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