By: Madhav and Sunita Khare
Checklist for the things to carry for the workshop:
Paper cutter, Pencil, eraser
2-3 set of newspapers, Napkin
A groundsheet to sit on
2 Sketch pens (any dark colour)
2 x 2 feet carry bag
1 foot x 2 foot cardboard sheet
Lunch tiffin and Water bottle
Optional: If you have an aerial view photograph of a hill or a fort, get it along with you to make a model landscape.
Fees: Rs. 200/-
Time: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Venue: Badminton Hall, Millennium National School, Pune
Registrations: Fees should be given in an envelope, with MASA ID, Email ID and full name written on it. The fee envelope should be submitted to the Floor kaka. Last date to enroll your name is by Thursday, 13th March.
The three dimensional models of the hills and forts, prepared by the participants of the Landscape Modelling workshop, looked like creative pieces of work. The colours added prominence to its contour features. The zeal could be sensed and the sweaty dads looked wonderful to their kids.
Khare sir’s workshop on Landscape Modelling with the father-son/daughter duo was an amazing one. It was held on Saturday, 15th March at the Badminton Hall.
Khare sir taught to draw the contours, generating contour levels, stacking of the contour sheets, covering, colouring and pasting the model to the boards.
Children sported contented smiles for the group photo, and their grins doubled when their dads dirtied their hands with colour and fevicol during the activity.
All in all, it turned out to be a great father-son/daughter bonding activity.