The first day they learned how to create the generalized proportions of the human face.
Next, they each received a photograph of a famous person, and embraced the challenge of recreating that famous face to the best of their ability in clay.
Students had to observe the famous faces closely, and notice all of the small things that makes each face unique.
Both myself and many of the students were impressed by the clay portraits they made in only 3 class periods. Many of the students had never sculpted with clay before.
|Two "Rosa Parks" by one 7th and one 8th grader|
|Pablo Picasso- amazing job by Jerry.|