3D Wire modelling: FULL
Who is this course for?
This course is for anybody who would like to try out a new process and extend their skills and for complete beginners, who would like to make a simple but effective 3D wire sculpture. All that is required is an imagination
During the two week course, you will look at how to use wire as a drawing tool and develop an initial outline into a 3D sculpture. The tutor will demonstrate how to make a wire fish, although you can choose your own subject matter for the finished piece. It is intended that the course will provide you with the opportunity to interact with other learners in relaxed and enjoyable sessions.
Support and feedback
Your tutor will support you throughout the course through online face to face, demonstrations and suggestions on how to progress. You will work with your tutor on your personal goals within the structure of the course.
Additional costs and requirements
This course is delivered online and provided free of charge. You will, however, need a computer or a tablet with a stable internet connection, as well as a built in or external microphone and camera to attend the course.
You will also need a large piece of paper, a pencil or pen, 5m of pliable wire that holds its shape, 5m of thinner wire (about 0.6mm) and a pair of pliers/wire cutters
About the tutor
Your tutor will be Colette Olah. Colette started working as a tutor for Learn Devon in September 2018 and delivers a variety of art and craft, employability and computer skills courses. She is a qualified art and design teacher who has worked in both mainstream and special education. Colette has also delivered Independent Life Skills to adults with learning disabilities and taught basic cooking, art and drawing skills in adult education classes in Worcestershire. In her spare time, she enjoys going to the many beautiful beaches in North Devon and also searching for bargains at flea markets and car boot sales. Colette enjoys teaching at Learn Devon because she is keen to help her learners progress and achieve their goals. She believes that lifelong learning and gaining new skills can create a sense of wellbeing and improved self-esteem and aims to create a relaxed and enjoyable environment for all participants.