Wedding Chapel Sculpture

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1) Describe the starting point of your sculpture and how your ideas changed throughout the process.

We started by bending the top of the box down to touch the bottom. When we did this, we were using a pretty floppy piece of cardboard so it curved rather than bent. Therefor, we got the idea to create some sort of building that is curved like that. It was kind of a struggle to try and create what we were going to do with all of our spare little pieces of cardboard to arrange around the sculpture, so we used them as support, and took advantage of the support to draw and make it a Wedding Chapel.

2) How did working without glue or tape affect the construction of your design?  Was this restriction helpful or a hindrance to achieving your goals?

It affected us a lot, because pieces we could use as decoration, or to just make the sculpture bigger were used to support the main frame of the middle part in the sculpture. Some parts could also have been removed from the support to make it look less fat. I think that this hindered us because we couldn’t improvise to expand our sculpture to its maximum potential.

3) Share one aspect of how your group worked well together and one aspect of how your group could have improved in the area of teamwork.

I think that we worked well because we have two different mindsets, so that we could both brainstorm ideas from two different perspectives. I think that we could’ve worked better together because we would think something, then the other would maybe disagree, however, we would sometimes think of something abstract and the other would agree.

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