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CHS students finish 3D art projects

Students watch "Face Off," then do their own special effects contest
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By Calen McKinney

Campbellsville High School students have finished their 3D art projects. Students in Jo Ann Harris's art classes recently watched an episode of "Face Off," a reality television show that features a competition between special effects makeup artists.


While watching the show, students learned about making special effects, but also about art careers.

To put their new skills to the test, students then discussed Alice in Wonderland, which they study in their literature classes. After choosing a character from Alice in Wonderland, students went to work making their own 3D sculptures.

Some students worked in groups, while others worked individually. The first step of the process was to cover balloons with paper mache. After their balloons dried, students shaped their sculptures and eventually painted them to look like their characters. They then added feathers, pipe cleaners and more to complete their sculptures.

The goal, Harris said, was for those who see the finished sculptures to not know they started out as balloons. - Calen McKinney is Public Information Officer for Campbellsville Independent Schools


This story was posted on 2016-02-26 05:11:03
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CHS students finish 3D Art panels



2016-02-26 - Campbellsville High School, 230 W Main (campus), Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Calen McKinney, Public Information Officer, CIS.
Campbellsville High School junior Daniel Silva holds his sculpture, left panel. Right, CHS seniors Morgan Milby, at left, and Keena Angel hold the sculpture they made. - Calen McKinney

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CHS art students finish 3D projects



2016-02-26 - Campbellsville High School, 230 W Main (campus), Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Calen McKinney, Public Information Officer.
From left, Campbellsville Middle School seventh-grader Colin Harris, CHS sophomore Jonta' Strawther, freshman Keidlan Boils and senior Deja Taylor hold their sculptures. - Calen McKinney is Public Information Officer for Campbellsville Independent Schools

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CHS students Gracie Miller and Jade Packard



2016-02-26 - Campbellsville High School, 230 W Main (campus), Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Calen McKinney, Public Information Officer.
CHS freshmen Gracie Miller, at left, and Jade Packard hold their sculpture. - Calen McKinney is Public Information Officer for Campbellsville Independent Schools

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Tonika Spaulding, left, and Alexis Caldwell with sculture



2016-02-26 - Campbellsville High School, 230 W Main (campus), Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Calen McKinney, Public Information Officer, CIS.
CHS junior Tonika Spaulding, at left, and senior Alexus Caldwell hold their sculpture. - Calen McKinney is Public Information Officer for Campbellsville Independent Schools

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Brandon Tucker and Jaren Epps with sculpture



2016-02-26 - Campbellsville High School, 230 W Main (campus), Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Calen McKinney, Public Information Officer, CIS. CHS freshman Brandon Tucker, at left, and junior Jaren Epps hold their finished sculptures. - Calen McKinney is Public Information Officer for Campbellsville Independent Schools
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Bryce Richardson and Stone Williams with sculpture



2016-02-26 - Campbellsville High School, 230 W Main (campus), Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Calen McKinney, Public Information Officer.
CHS sophomore Bryce Richardson, at left, and junior Stone Williams made this sculpture. - Calen McKinney is Public Information Officer for Campbellsville Independent Schools

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CHS art students finish 3D projects



2016-02-26 . From left, CHS juniors Yena Shin and Austyn Thornton, freshmen Travis Nash and Chris Moran and junior Robert Tungate hold their sculptures. - Calen McKinney is Public Information Officer for Campbellsville Independent Schools
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Cameron Bohannon and Alex Doss



2016-02-26 - Campbellsville High School, 230 W Main (campus), Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Calen McKinney, Public Information Officer, CIS.
CHS freshman Cameron Bohannon, at left, and sophomore Alex Doss made this sculpture. - Calen McKinney is Public Information Officer for Campbellsville Independent Schools

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