You may not listen to music if it is not on this playlist! Do not try to add music! If you want a song added give it to me please!
Posted at 02:30 PM | Permalink
Adinkra cloth is hand stamped by the Ashanti from Ghanna. It uses symbols to pass down important stories through generations.
Group Members Names
Adrinka Cloth Story......
Symbols and Meaning (you can lookonline for pictures of similar symbols)....
Posted at 09:31 AM in 6th Grade | Permalink
The art on this car was created with Sharpie!!!!
8th Grade will be designing cars inspired by an artist of their choice!!!
Step 1: Choose a car from google. Set the size to LARGE. Drag the image of your car to your desktop.
Step 2: Choose an artist from below.
Picasso to Warhol 14 Artist:
Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Brancusi, Marcel DuChamp, Calder, De Chirico, Jasper Johns, Leger, Bourgeois, Romare Bearden, Henri Matisse, Joan Miro, Piet Mondrian, Jackson Pollock (most difficult)
Step 3: Create a word or pages document with the following info on 1 page!!!
Your Name:__________ Class:________
Where are they from:_________
What kind of art do they create:_____________
Medium (material they use):________________
Why did you choose this artist (5-7 sentences):_______________
3 examples of their artwork!
Save it as YourNameCarArtist under your #
Step 4: You must have your artist info page DONE!
Follow the photoshop instructions below.
Posted at 04:19 PM in 8th Grade | Permalink
Comic Life How To Videos:
Create A Page
Create A Panel On A Page
Editing Page Attributes
Posted at 12:30 PM | Permalink
7th Grade is beginning Pop Art. They will be using Photoshop to create their own Andy Warhol celebrity style images of themselves!
Posted at 04:45 PM in 7th Grade | Permalink
Cobb County Excellence In Visual Art Awards
Posted at 10:23 AM in 6th Grade, 7th Grade, 8th Grade | Permalink
Color Deficiency Challenge
Mr. Picasso head
One Point Perspective
1 Point Perspective Demo
Paint A Masterpiece
Create A Postcard
Andy Warhol's Marylin Prints
Bomomo Cool Painting!
More Optical Illusions!
Posted at 03:52 PM in 6th Grade, 7th Grade, 8th Grade | Permalink