This is the final project of the course. This project is a significant one in terms of the time that you are to spend on it – give it the full three hours required for the last week of classes.
You are to design and construct a figure out of found objects. The figure can be a human-like figure or an animal or insect.
This assignment challenges you in the following ways:
Jeremy Mayer does not solder, glue or weld his typewriter parts together. In this video you can see he reassembles them to make all his found object sculptures:
3. Create a new and appealing figure/animal out of the parts or pieces that you assemble. The final sculpture needs an appeal. What makes it look artful? Consider making some intricate detailed places on the sculpture – most likely the face, the eyes, but there may be some other body areas that you can “WOW” your audience by the detailing you create. Here are some examples of the kind of results I am looking for:
Construct your sculpture. Try to make it elaborate. Try to make it stand. Consider the back, the side, AND the front view.
4. You need to sculpt “IN THE ROUND” . This means that all sides of your work need to be considered and made appealing. To hand it in you need to photograph it and present it as a model sheet – paste a photo of the front, the side, AND the back all on one sheet of paper.
The criteria for this assignment involves:
TOTAL MARK VALUE IS : 100%
DUE DATE IS : JUNE 17, midnight.