My next course begins in just two months and I have just a few spaces left! Do join me for this 6 week online course and learn how to make a really beautiful felt sculpture and a very different felt process that is physical and versatile.
Each week you will have access to a new lesson where I teach you, through step-by-step videos, each part of the process. There are downloadable worksheets to print out and keep and a course discussion forum to post questions and images of your progress.
I run weekly Zoom meetings to fit in with students from around the world. This is a place to meet fellow students, chat over a cup of coffee and ask me to clarify any points and ask questions. Out meetings are lot of fun especially this year of social restrictions.
Lessons, with activities, open each week and take you through, step-by-step, how to designs and make a Contemporary Dancer.
PLUS I have added an extra BONUS WEEK to show you how to upscale a figure and other useful tips.
January 22nd – Week 1: Welcome and Research and drawing skills
January 29th – Week 2: Making the skeleton
February 5th – Week 3: Developing the musculature
February 12th – Week 4: Forming the skin and sculpting the body
February 19th – Week 5: Creating an awesome head dress and finishing
February 26th – Bonus Week 6 – Upscaling the figures and the useful tips
Hope you will join me!
Contemporary Dancer 6 Week online January 2021
Please click on the PayPal button below to pay for the course. You will receive a PayPal receipt followed by a personalised invoice from me, and a list of materials and equipment. The invitation to join the course on RUZUKU will be sent to your email inbox the day the course begins on Friday 22nd January 2021. Thank you for joining me. Best wishes, Molly
What my students say….
‘Molly – thank you for such a wonderful course. I have thoroughly enjoyed learning along with you and the other class participants. I greatly appreciated the research and design aspects of this course – it goes beyond the making of just one object , into how to think about gathering inspiration, researching , planning through drawing and observation and using wool fibres as a sculpture. You have provided quick responses to questions , positive feedback and encouragement as well as added additional material….’ Cheryl
‘I took a course with you and it was absolutely fantastic to learn these unique new techniques. I am a wet felter and the way that Molly has innovated wet felting techniques to create more sculptural forms (rather than using needle felting) is really interesting and opened up a whole new arena of possibilities for me for creating strong shapes – this is so innovative and exciting, thank you so much for sharing your way of working’ Mia Hartgroves