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Reach 2

Woodside
Primary Academy

Clay

We would like to share with you some clay work created by Woodside pupils from 3D animals, clay figures on painted scenes and inspiration taken from the underwater world to create clay tiles. For the tiles we cut shapes of sea life out of clay and attached them to a flat background using a technique called crosshatching. We indented patterns and textures with tools and shells. Then we painted them using big brushes for the background and small ones for the details.

  • Clay 9

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    Clay 9
  • Clay 8

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    Clay 8
  • Clay 7

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    Clay 7
  • Clay 6

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    459
    Clay 6
  • Clay 5

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    Clay 5
  • Clay 4

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    Clay 4
  • Clay 3

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    Clay 3
  • Clay 2

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    455
    Clay 2
  • Clay 1

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    Clay 1
  • Clay 10

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    Clay 10
  • Clay 11

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    Clay 11
  • Clay 12

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    Clay 12
  • Clay 13

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    Clay 13
  • Clay 14

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    Clay 14
  • Clay 15

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    468
    Clay 15
  • Clay 16

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    469
    Clay 16
  • Clay 17

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    470
    Clay 17
  • Clay 18

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    Clay 18
  • Clay 19

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    Clay 19
  • Clay 20

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    473
    Clay 20
  • Clay 21

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    Clay 21
  • Clay 22

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    475
    Clay 22
  • Clay 23

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    Clay 23
  • Clay 24

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    Clay 24
  • Clay 25

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    Clay 25
  • Clay 26

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    Clay 26
  • Clay 27

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    Clay 27