1. Reflect, articulate, and edit the development of artwork throughout the creative process.
  2. Apply knowledge and skills to symbolize an idea by working in teams to create a fictional movie title.

The following slides are also broken down by parts/responsibilities to make it easier for your group members to see what is needed:

Along with those links is a folder that I’ve been able to collect some different versions of examples.  These are not the “end all, be all” for diorama examples out there, but it is a start for your group when trying to locate ideas.

By the end of today you will need to have your jobs divided up; fill in the areas below with the necessary information:

Intro to Art: Disney Animation (1930-1950)

1.  IDENTIFY qualities of ANIMATION used in 1930-1950’s  by recognizing and describing areas in class examples.

2.  Be able to orally describe the characteristics of ANIMATION by listing specific characteristics animators use through guided notes.

Steamboat Willie (1928) Walt Disney

  • third appearance of Mickey Mouse (first to be distributed to theaters)
  • first animation with sync up sound (advertised as)
  • parody of the Buster Keaton film “Steamboat Bill Jr.”

Oswald the Lucky Rabbit (1928) Walt Disney

  • a Universal Studios property
  • unique animal (change from the typical cat)

Donald Duck “Der Fuehrer”s Face”  (1940) Walt Disney

Painting 2: Pointillism vs Ben-Day Dot exercise

  1. IDENTIFY qualities of POINTILLISM in fine art by recognizing and describing areas in art examples
  2. Be able to orally describe the characteristics of POINTILLISM by creating a color wheel that mimics the techniques observed from an in-class demonstration
Considering with the BEN-DAY technique you’re only using 4 colors, notice that you need to consider not just the color of the dot, but also the size/placement.

We will work through the Primary colors using both techniques discussed in yesterday’s class. The important aspect to today’s class is understanding that we are discussing the TECHNIQUES and learning specifically how this unique appearance is created before you will jump into the project with paint.

Adv. Drawing: Mouth Exercise

  1. APPLY their ability to locate and draw the lips  and its details by practicing through a demonstration
  2. IDENTIFY characteristics of portraiture drawing by labeling the correct terms within guided notes

Today, since you’ve already now worked on the eyes and nose, you will be focusing on the mouth.  Your study sheets have a total of 6 different poses, ranging in value and emotion that I would like you to utilize the hour to create a series of 6 study sketches (say that 3 times really fast)

Your images must be submitted to me before the end of the hour either through social media or email.

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