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I love this idea about the paper mache popcorn! You've got my brain gears
crankin'. I've used popcorn also but from 3D TO 2D. Each person get a small
handful and makes a tiny sculpture of 3-5 pieces white glued to a small
piece of white matboard. We draw it on white paper approx. 6x8" with pencil
and use lots of shading. We trace over that with tracing paper and enlarge
it by grid method to 12x16". At this point you can do diff. things. One is
to transform these basic shapes into something recognizable like dogs
playing or a face (or whatever the shapes mean to you). Another is to use
it as a non-objective and do "color" studies and blends like analogous,
monocromatic, triadic, etc.
Ahhhhh...you just made my day, Suzanne. Thanks........
Bunki Kramer - Los Cerros Middle School
968 Blemer Rd., Danville, California 94526