SCULPTURE


REQUIREMENTS REVISED January 1, 2003
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  1. Explain to your counselor the precautions that must be followed for the safe use and operation of a sculptor’s tools, equipment, and other materials.
  2. DO the following:
    1
    . Model in clay or plasteline or carve in wood, soft stone, soap, or other soft material the following:
    1. Model in clay A full-size a life-sized human head.
    2. Sculpt in modeling clay (such as plasteline or Sculpey) or carve/rasp in wood or soft stone a A small-scale model of an animal a group of animals or person people in action.
      Explain to your counselor the method and tools you used to sculpt the figure.
  3. 2. Do the following:
    1. Make a plaster mold of a fruit or vegetable.
    2. In this mold make a copy of the fruit or vegetable.
      Explain to your counselor the method and tools you used to sculpt the figure.

BSA Advancement ID#: 101
Pamphlet Revision Date: ????
Requirements last revised in 2003


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