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Re: Camouflage art....

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Monica Shebib (mshebib)
Tue, 7 Sep 1999 14:16:33 -0300


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From: Virginia Rockwood <wckdstpm>
To: Bunki Kramer <bkramer.us>; artsednet.edu
<artsednet.edu>
Date: Tuesday, August 31, 1999 7:51 PM
Subject: Re: Camouflage art....

>Bunki,
>
>The human/animal portrait idea sounds like one I'd like to try. I've done
>something similar. My students draw human skulls (thanks to the science
>department) in preparation to learning how to draw their faces. After
>drawing their final self-portarait they may do another portrait, half
>skull/half face, for extra credit. Super results with 8th graders. Since
the
>topic is camouflage I may have students try drawing skulls with one medium
>and superimpose their faces upon them in another medium. Hmmm.. Sometimes I
>use a half human face/half animal face lesson. At the vertical line where
>the two faces meet students must create a "morphing" transition, so you
>can't see where one face starts and one ends. I know these don't have much
>to do with camouflage, but they came to mind and thought they might pique
>someone's imagination.
>
>Ginny
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