Get it Poppin: Pop-up Books

Get it Poppin: Pop-up Books

About This Class

What You Will Learn

  • Learn different techniques to create your own pop up book
  • Design your own paper folds
  • learn the different technical approaches to paper cutting and the mechanical elements on how to make them 3D from a page then lie flat

What You Get

  • Your very own badass pop up book!

Description

Remember how wonderful it was to receive pop-up books and cards as a kid? Well, we're bringing 3D back in this 3 hour crafty session set to take your book to another dimension. In this workshop you will design your own paper folds and learn different techniques to create your own pop up book. Each page will be constructed as a single page when bound together and you will learn the different technical approaches to paper cutting and the mechanical elements on how to make them 3D from a page then lie flat.

Once we have created each pop up page we will bind them together and you'll leave with a wonderful and complete pop-up book, as well as the knowledge on how to create more in the future.

Let's get it poppin.

About the teacher:

Michelle (Mitch) Lackenby is qualified and lectures in the areas of Advertising, Graphic Design/Art and Photography and has always been obsessed with pushing the boundaries of art and design within the realm of paper and bookbinding. She has over 20 years industry experience in creative fields which lead to the opening of her own business specialising in artist services, design and workshops. As the creative Director of Paperazzi Design studio, Mitch oversees the branding, photo shoots, art/design direction for the business. Mitch is also the resident Paper Artist for Paperazzi Design Studio where she collaborates with other artists and is currently working on the prototypes for their new product range.

http://paperazzidesignstudio.com.au

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Apr 2017
Get it Poppin: Pop-up Books - 08 Apr 2017 2:00 PM

We learnt how to bind a book and then played a little with some pop up elements. The teacher was passionate about paper art and had all the equipment and inspiration needed for a good class.