Experimenting with the various objects made this activity engaging. I enjoyed the dragging and dabbing of the sponge along the paper. It was interesting to utilize the various techniques throughout this activity.
Being presented with the idea of sculpting a monster of our choice it was interesting to see the various monsters chosen within the classroom. This allowed individuals to create a monster or sculpt one of their choice. Conversing with a peer in my class we decided to collaborate together and choose a halloween monster from one of our favourite movies. Above are 4 different views of my representation of the Oogie Boogie man from Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas. In the photo below we then expressed our creation to a student within another class. She then joined and created another monster character from the film. It was interesting to see how each of us used the clay to represent our image of these halloween monsters.