Unit #2 – Lesson 6 -“Publishing” Your Book using Power Point video

Now that your book illustrations are complete and your cover design is finished you need to publish. You are asked to use Power Point to do so, or if you

Unit #4- Lesson 2 – Making a Mirror Repeat Pattern

This lesson demonstrates how to design a ‘mirror’ repeat pattern using any image (photograph or real object) as your source material. It will also teach you how to use a

Unit #2- Lesson 5 – The Cover Design

The book market is a crazy competitive one.  The cover of one’s book is the “make it or break it” part of your book because if no one buys it

The Readymade

 Float Away, by Ellie Kwak      Shine On,  by Serenity Pope                Boiled Egg Slicer as a Card Holder,   by Monica Michel:   

Unit 3- Found Object Art -Lesson #2- Assemblage

Assemblage is a form of sculpture comprised of “found” objects arranged in such a way that they create a complete art work. Basically assemblage is three dimensional collage.  The objects can

Unit #4 – Lesson 1- The Principle of Pattern

In this unit you will explore PATTERNING as one of the essential Principles of Art and Design, and as  an aspect of image development. Pattern is the repetition of a


“Found object” art describes artwork that uses objects not typically specified as art supplies.  Found object artists manipulate objects, essentially make them into something new, yet still keep the original

Unit #3 – Making History

This is your chance to record history for the history books. Quaran-Tales Assignment The Objectives of this Project are for you to: Connect to your community Experience that simple traditions,

Unit 2 – wrap-up

Once you are finished your FINAL project you need to complete these FOUR tasks:: Please photograph the work with as clear a photo as you can manage. – try to

Unit 2-Lesson #4 – Illustrating the Book

Here are a couple of examples of student work from previous years: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B20h2wC2N1pxTHBSc3dJTXJqZTg/view?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B20h2wC2N1pxU2taWHdSRjA5ODg/view?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B20h2wC2N1pxczM1WUJqWFlrUXc/view?usp=sharing   Once you have storyboarded the whole story thereby completing your plan with a pacing

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