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Re: Re[2]: Picasso


From: The Austin's (whest177_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Oct 03 2002 - 19:56:39 PDT

What a great variation! I will definately try this method this year! I would
like to hear your Warhol assignment as well. Thanks! :-)

>> I'm sure you've seen this one the net somewhere (which is where I
> got it) but it's a variation on what Ken and Maggie have done.
> Students pair off (if possible) and draw 3 quick sketches of a
> friend, ideally head and shoulder. The sketches are on separate
> sheets of paper, centred as well as possible, and each sketch has
> to be from a different view (I usually specify front and side,
> and then they can choose back or top). Once they are done,
> students place all three on top of each other then cut them with
> scissors -- they have to be careful doing this so the pieces
> 'stay together' on their desk. Once everything is cut up (I suggest
> them up into pieces about the size of their palm, various
> shapes), they start picking up pieces and/or putting them back
> until they get something that looks 'Picassoish'.