- Watch "Between the Folds" documentary (video below)
The origami in this documentary is intimidating but very inspirational.
- Finish cutting out your shape
- Cover shape with paper. This is to make sure that the bare cardboard is not visible.
- Work on "SPACE" for Illustration Friday
Homework: research some origami. You will be making some of your own pieces
There are an abundance of resources online. If you are a beginner to paper folding try searching for "beginner origami" or "beginner paper folds."
- Watch Tissue Paper video : http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=HZ0epTLZPk4
Use paper that is located on the tool cart to create your work. Is your piece something abstract? Non-objective? Or are you going for a more realistic look? When you are working be conscious of what you are creating. You do not have to limit yourself to the white of the paper, feel free to add other mediums. Photograph as you go.
- Covering your piece with paper.
- Use a variety of folds to cover your piece. You can look up using your phones different beginner origami or quilling techniques.
- Your shape must be COVERED. This is to make sure that the bare cardboard is not visible.
- You may use a variety of drawing materials to add to your piece (located at the front cart)
CLEAN UP 10 BEFORE THE END OF CLASS! MAKE SURE EVERYTHING IS PERFECT OTHERWISE YOU SPEND THE ENTIRE TIME CLEANING IN CLASS NEXT WEEK WHEN I GET BACK.
- Watch video (elephant) : http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=_dlIUW7paWo
- Continue to work on your pieces. Photograph as you go.
- "SPACE" due monday.
Homework -> Blog Post:
Pick 2 and answer in your blog. Make sure to add the photos you took as you went through your process.
Great reference: http://thisiscolossal.com/?s=paper