Rob describes this session as a different way of seeing. An interesting and imaginative way of illustrating the human form through collages and stencils. Although many types of papers can be used in this way, this lesson shows how exciting it can be to produce your own surfaces using a plethora of materials, to cut out, rip and manipulate to create an abstract figurative image.
Materials used on this course:
This session with Rob Unett uses collage and will require some pencils or graphite sticks, charcoal (compressed or willow), felt tips, a few water-based paints such as acrylic, a pot of water and additional pots to make washes, a spray bottle for water, acrylic ink or Indian ink, a plastic palette knife, variety of brushes (especially wide ones), cutting matt or board, craft knife, scissors and spray mount or pritt stick. If you don't have all of these you can still get a lot out of the session.
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