(I sent a message via email with instructions)
To Embed Images, a second way:
Please avoid using links to videos from external places. Instead, embed it on the surface of your post. If you made a video and placed it on YouTube, you can do the following.
For the 3-5 minute presentations, please know the name, location, and history of your building reference. Remember, take photos so we can review your structure on all sides (360 degrees).
Have the real structure by your side.
Our special guest Aviva Shulem will take part in the critique to give you professional feedback. Miss Shulem will need to see all the steps of your process.
1. Finalize your air dry clay project
2. Study the demonstration videos and clay terms in the links below (under REFERENCE)
3. POST all parts of the project for the FINAL PRESENTATION on your Learning Portfolio You have to provide the link to the post on Canvas
by Wednesday, April 15, at 11:59 pm at the latest.
Please review the prompts/questions at the bottom of the Learning Portfolio page. In your post, include well-lit photos of your work in progress, sketches, architectural reference, the tools you used from home, photos of the finished project from different angles, answers to all of the prompts, and hand-building terms. Be sure to watch the Photographing you structure to take professional, non-distracting photos. Use bright sunlight for all images. There are examples of previous LP posts for the project under the prompts.
-The three demonstration videos I showed in class
1. Air Dry Clay Demo – Part 2 (shown last class)
2. Photographing Your Structure (shown previous class)
3. Air Dry Clay Demo – Part 1 (shown last week)
–Clay terms and hand-building techniques
TO SHOW DURING YOUR PRESENTATION:
1. Completed Learning Portfolio post uploaded to Canvas ahead of time. I will share your LP posts on my ZOOM screen during the presentations.
2. Your hand-built structure
Email me if you need anything.
I look forward to seeing your final projects!