I once saw some vendors at the MAEA? conference using 1" - 3" scrap
pieces of foam with holes cut in the middle for drape molds. the bottom
of the "bowl" or "platter" just rested on the table. I've never tried
this for school because of lack of storage place for the ware to dry,
but it looked really super. Sandra, maybe you have smaller classes and a
place to let the clay dry undisturbed. I was thinking it would be nice
to have a class set of those old fiberglass cafeteria trays so each
student could have one to work on. And how cheap and easy could it be?!
Linda in melting Michigan - going to try the Intern'l Auto Show tonight
- see if we can get through the streets of Detroit.
John & Sandra Barrick wrote: > > I would like to do drape molds with 4 year olds any suggestions? > Also I'm tired of the pinch pots and coil and was hoping for a more > creative lesson.Any suggestions? I know about wall pockets > > One of the Colmans wrote: > > > > I have been experimenting with drape molds in my high school ceramics class. > > I made solid molds by filling plastic bowls with plaster.