Results From Teaching: Sculpey Clay Mask, 3D Contrast
Sculpey Clay Mask: Three-Dimensional Contrast

Design students are challenged to create a mask that explores the 
the possibilities of the three-dimensional contrasts in form.

Organic to Geometric Contrast :: Stephen Moore, Designer
Kimberly Elam, Instructor :: Ringing College of Art and Design
Contrast Experiments: Straight to Curvilinear Contrast, Positive to Negative Contrast, Geometric to Organic Contrast, Concave to Convex Contrast


Flat to Folded Contrast :: Martin Pohlmann, Designer
Kimberly Elam, Instructor :: Ringing College of Art and Design
Contrast Experiments: Shallow to Deep Contrast, Shallow to Deep Contrast, Large to Small Contrast, Smooth to Rough Contrast


Open to Closed Contrast :: Noah Selbitschka, Designer
Kimberly Elam, Instructor :: Ringing College of Art and Design

Straight to Curvilinear Contrast (left) :: Michiru Morita, Designer
Flat to Folded Contrast (right) :: Michiru Morita, Designer
Kimberly Elam, Instructor :: Ringing College of Art and Design
Positive to Negative Contrast (left) :: Iana Prakheeva, Designer
Many to Few Contrast (right) :: Jingyun Zhou, Designer
Kimberly Elam, Instructor :: Ringing College of Art and Design


Experiments in Three-Dimensional Contrast

Dominant to Subordinate Contrast (left) :: John Gnieski, Designer
Expected to Unexpected Contrast (middle) :: Aiham Kara Hawa, Designer
Economy to Intricacy (right) :: Darien Kupec, Designer
Kimberly Elam, Instructor :: Ringing College of Art and Design

Simplicity to Complexity Contrast (left) :: Brady Clem, Designer
Flat to Folded Contrast (middle) :: Gizem Atalay, Designer
Rhythm to Variation Contrast (right) :: Zackary Miller, Designer
Kimberly Elam, Instructor :: Ringing College of Art and Design


Flat to Folded Contrast (left) :: Michiru Morita, Designer
Positive to Negative Contrast (middle) :: Michiru Morita, Designer
Flat to Folded Contrast (right) :: Michiru Morita, Designer
Kimberly Elam, Instructor :: Ringing College of Art and Design


Positive to Negative Contrast (left) :: Kyle Snider, Designer
Flat to Folded Contrast (middle) :: Morgan Allison, Designer
Dominant to Subordinate Contrast (right) :: Jackson Dunson, Designer
Kimberly Elam, Instructor :: Ringing College of Art and Design

Active to Stasis Contrast (left) :: Jeffrey Rozanski, Designer
Dominant to Subordinate Contrast (middle) :: Jingyun Zhou, Designer
Tension to Relaxation Contrast (right) :: Daniel Cantelm, Designer
Kimberly Elam, Instructor :: Ringing College of Art and Design
Results From Teaching: Sculpey Clay Mask, 3D Contrast
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