Term: 1 Year: 2009
Students used the dry felting technique to represent a landscape based on their acrylic painting of a landscape.
In previous years, teachers identified that it was the ‘layering process’ that students found difficult to achieve
in their painting. Often they could not achieve a three dimensional result due to using an excessive amount of flat
shapes. The Dry Felt Landscapes were made using the same painting process of blocking in shape, however, they then
refined forms through the application of tone. Students could blend the wool the same way they had previously blended
paint. Some students chose to embellish their Dry Felt Landscape to enhance elements such as line.