How to Create Indoor/Outdoor Sculptures Using T-shirts

$67.90

In this introductory Paverpol class you will learn the basics of a Paverpol sculpture. First, you’ll learn how to build the sculpture form using a wire frame and aluminum foil. It’s really easy – once Bev shows you her special techniques! Next you will dip your t-shirt material in liquid “Paverpol”. Finally you’ll learn how to wrap and dress the form with the t-shirt material. This action and idea-packed online art class is a great start for your new passion!

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In-Depth Instructions

Available on Desktop, Mobile and Tablet

What You Will Learn

Class 01:

  • About Beverly
  • Materials needed and tools
  • What is Paverpol
  • How to make the armature

Class 02:

  • Armature
  • What block to use
  • About the t-shirt
  • About the tinfoil
  • Start foiling the armature – arms and legs

Class 03:

  • Build bust and buttocks
  • Create head
  • Masking tape and checking form

Class 04:

  • Cut the t-shirts
  • Getting ready to work with Paverpol
  • Reviewing the basics

Class 05:

  • Wings
  • Books
  • Hat

Class 06:

  • Wrap and seal up the body
  • Start positioning

Class 07:

  • Dressing the lady

Class 08:

  • Position the doll
  • Adding on the extras

Class 09:

  • Adding hair
  • Highlighting

BONUS ITEMS:

  • Measurements for tipsy ladies
  • Ideas for embellishments on tipsy ladies
  • Written measurements for building armature on basic 60-40 and tipsy lady form
  • How to get a textured wing for your fairy’s

Open Facebook Group to students of this course:
Curious Mondo: How to Create Indoor/Outdoor Sculptures Using T-shirts

Time table:
9 hours

Level:
Basic / Intermediate / Advanced

Target market:
Artists, anyone who loves fiber and sculpting or want to start a new hobby or career

Main objective:
Learn how to make sculptures from fibers

Prerequisite:
None

Additional information

Language

English

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