Cardboard Sculptures For this project we are going to be creating sculptures out of cardboard. A sculpture can be any object (school appropriate) that exists in the round. Cardboard along with paper mache can be used to create a variety of intricate and practical objects that can be very interesting to look at. For this project you will be asked to complete the following:
A drawing of an idea to be created out of cardboard
A cardboard sculpture, no smaller than 12" tall or wide by 18" tall or wide by 8" deep
Your sculpture will be finished with the application of paper mache (no more excessive use of masking tape) to the surface - especially where the cardboard edge is visible.
After the paper mache is applied, and dry, you will add a finish to the sculpture. The finish can be paint, texture, etc. so long as the paper mache is covered 100%.
Videos for inspiration:
Japanese cardboard sculptor - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uHCfXfe0QDs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mqdOjREsK6k
Easter Island Head - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9J4A_nILyIU
James Lake - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHvc9LT8s3U