As I said in the past topic, my daughter is interested in modeling. In kindergarten she goes to extra classes, where a teacher from an art school teaches them not only to draw, but also to work with different materials: polymer clay, clay, foil.
I have always believed that plasticine is suitable only to make volumetric figures out of it. But one day the daughter came from the kindergarten and said that they were making a picture from plasticine in the classroom. To be honest, I thought that my daughter had mixed something up, or I misheard. I couldn’t imagine a picture of plasticine!
When I brought my daughter to the kindergarten the next day, I asked the tutor what kind of pictures of plasticine the kids made. The teacher showed me a few works. These were the outlines of drawings on dense cardboard filled with clay inside.
Pictures turn out very bright and positive! The only time is not convenient to store them. Plasticine sticks and collects all the small mote. The teacher says that they cover every job with cling film. It is almost not noticeable on the surface, but protects the picture from dust and damage.
I liked this idea so much! After all, pictures of plasticine can be made voluminous! In general, I have seen enough of such work on the Internet, and I’m already going to run to the store for plasticine!
Do your children make pictures of plasticine? Do you like this kind of creativity?