Monday, April 09, 2018
Just for fun, our Monday After School Art Club made Scribble Sculptures!
You might remember doing something like this as a child: drawing a large scribble on a piece of paper, then filling in all of the sections of the scribble with color.
This project goes a bit further.
After adding the color, you add patterns too. We used Crayola stamp markers for some of the patterns.
Then you cut out the whole shape and cut along a few additional lines within the shape of the scribble.
Finally, you twist it, turn it, and when you like how it looks, you attach it to a 4-1/2" by 4-1/2" square of construction paper. We used a stapler.
In essence, you fit an 8" x 10" 2d design onto a base less than 1/4 its original size to create a genuine abstract 3d sculpture!