Online Papier Mache Zombie Workshop (3 evenings, 4.5 hours total)
Getting close to Halloween so this may be the final zombie workshop for the 2016 season, it really depends on my schedule for the rest of the year.
Tuesday, August 23rd, 2016 8pm – 9:30pm EST
Tuesday, August 30th, 2016 8pm – 9:30pm EST
Tuesday, September 6th, 2016 8pm – 9:30pm EST
This fun workshop will show you how to turn recycled cardboard and newspaper into a rotting zombie head. During the workshop you will learn how to assemble the armature using supplied templates as well as how to sculpt with homemade paper clay.
NOTE: This workshop requires cellulose fiber insulation to make the paper clay used in the process. Please make sure you have access to this material before registering.
Price: $100.00 USD per person.
*Please note that this class is limited to six seats.
To register for a class send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information.
Please include which workshop you would like to take in the subject heading.
(Note: Your phone number will only be used in case of technical difficulties such as power outages or internet issues.)
Do you have texting capabilities?
Within 24 hours of sending your request, I will send a money request via Paypal to your email. Class payment can be completed using Paypal, Credit Card or Debit Card. Once your payment is received you will be sent an email containing the tools/material list, templates and directions for attending the first session.
Please be aware that I live in the Eastern Time Zone and all posted times are EST.
The Fine Print:
You agree that you will not sell or publicly share the information contained in this online class including all written materials, video segments, photos, templates or unique techniques demonstrated in the class.
You agree that the use of this workshop and all information and content contained herein is at your own risk and there is no warranty expressly made herein.
You agree to hold Scott A. Stoll and www.stolloween.com harmless for any property damage, personal injury and/or death, or any other loss or damage that may result from the use of the workshop information, tools, materials and/or techniques.
You understand that there are numerous technical issues such as power outages, internet connectivity and computer problems that can affect the scheduled training sessions.