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Art-Sheep Features: Luis Quiles’ Controversial Illustrations Comment On the World We Live In « Art-Sheep Art-Sheep Features: Luis Quiles’ Controversial Illustrations Comment On the World We Live In « Art-Sheep Agape Charmani for Art-Sheep Luis Quiles is a Spanish artist with a line of extremely controversial and provocative work, that features caustic and powerful scenes that comment on important social issues. In his many illustrations the artist uses disturbing images in order to show the filth and corruption that rules our world. Picking up sensitive topics like sexual abuse, religion and violence, Quiles knows how to perfectly combine his exceptional skills with his thoughtful ideas. Many of his works are so disturbing that make the viewer look away. Related Posts Art-Sheep Features: Loris GréaudCONTACT INFORMATION Yvon Lambert Gallery Paris Yvon Lambert paris@yvon-lambert.com 108, rue Vieille-du-Temple 75003 Paris, France…
Антология изобразительных искусств всех времен и народов - ИТАЛЬЯНСКИЙ ХУДОЖНИК И МУЗЫКАНТ РОБЕРТО АНДРЕОЛИ (ROBERTO ANDREOLI) Si và in scena! "Blues" "Ricordando C.Mingus" Роберто Андреоли Р. Andreoli родился в марте 1955 года в Мирандола (город в итальянской провинции Modena). Имея склонность к искусству с детства, Роберто Андреоли сумел объединить в себе профессии музыканта и художника одновременно. С 1976 года он начал выставлять свои художественные работы во многих художественных галереях, а также принимать участие в различных фестивалях и конкурсах, где неоднократно получал награды. Многие из его картин находятся в частных и государственных коллекциях по всей Италии и в ряде зарубежных стран (Америка, Франция, Германия, Швейцария). "Jam Session" "The Blues man" Intrattenimento musicale Il poeta del sassofono (tributo a Gianni Basso) Appunti di Jazz Tributo a Miles Davis R.Galliano: trasporto emotivo Blues Jazz Quartet "Nel silenzio" "Studio di pescatori" "Racconto surreale" "La principessa e il cavaliere nel magico giardino" In compagnia delle zucche Solidarietà per un povero Arlecchino infortunato Passeggiando per Praga Антология изобразительных искусств всех времен и народов - ИТАЛЬЯНСКИЙ ХУДОЖНИК И МУЗЫКАНТ РОБЕРТО АНДРЕОЛИ (ROBERTO ANDREOLI)
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8 Must-Try Creative Image Maker Tools for Student Projects 8 Must-Try Creative Image Maker Tools for Student Projects Students and teachers alike continue to look for cool design tools to give any project that extra visual punch, and we continue to find great ones all over the Web. This post features 7 fairly unique free online creative image maker tools that are easy to learn and lots of fun to experiment with. Make things like motivational posters, memes, Keep Calm posters, Webcam pics, and so much more with these great image generators. Have fun trying them out and having students add creative flair to lesson projects of every kind. Motivator Motivator by Big Huge Labs lets you create your own motivational posters. Customize your colours and borders and you’re done. Image Chef Image Chef is a blast to use for creating memes, framed pics, word clouds, montages and tons of other interesting designs. Fotojet Fotojet is a creative tool for making different kinds of collages. Cameroid Cameroid is very similar to Photo Booth for Mac in that it’s a tool for taking Webcam pics and then adding cool effects.
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1- Cartoonize It allows you to make a cartoon of yourself. You can cartoonize your photo in one click. It is very easy and totally free! You need simply to select your photo from the button below, and in the second step you choose the cartoon effect. 2- Befunky This is another awesome web tool that allows users to not only cartoonize their pictures but also customize them the way they want by using different effects and colors. 3- Cartoon, Pho.To Cartoon.Pho.to Photo caricatures and photo to cartoon in one click! 4- Dumpr Create digital photo pencil sketch, just upload a picture and we will do the rest. 5- Portrait Iluustrator Maker Portrait Illustration Maker is a service which provides character icons completely free of charge! 5 Excellent Tools to Convert Photos to Cartoons 5 Excellent Tools to Convert Photos to Cartoons
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5 Apps para convertir las fotos en dibujos animados y cómics Si eres de los que experimenta mucho con aplicaciones de todo tipo, entonces debes echarle un vistazo a la lista que hemos preparado en nerdilandia sobre aplicaciones para para crear dibujos animados para usar en tus proyectos multimedia o en las actividades que implican cómics, relatos digitales, presentaciones y muchos más. Todas estas aplicaciones son fáciles de usar y no requieren ninguna habilidad técnica avanzada. Los cosas que pueden hacer con estas aplicaciones los usuarios incluyen: tomar fotos y convertirlas en dibujos animados, vídeos de dibujos animados, dibujar bocetos de dibujos animados, personalizar y añadir distintos efectos a las imágenes, convertir las fotos en los avatares de dibujos animados, y muchos más. 1.- XnSketch: te permite convertir tus fotos en dibujos, caricaturas o imágenes de croquis. 3.- My Cartoon: es una aplicación para iPad que te permite convertir tus fotos y vídeos en hermosas viñetas. 5 Apps para convertir las fotos en dibujos animados y cómics
10 Herramientas para Trabajar Cómics en Clase | Artículo Blog de Gesvin "Si enseñamos a los alumnos de hoy como enseñábamos ayer les estamos robando el futuro" – J. Dewey 10 Herramientas para Trabajar el Cómic en el Aula | Artículo leave a comment » Hola: Compartimos un interesante artículo sobre “10 Herramientas para Trabajar el Cómic en el Aula” Un gran saludo. Visto en: ideasparalaclase.com Acceda al artículo desde: AQUÍ También le puede interesar: Cómo recibir en tu correo electrónico las publicaciones de El Blog de Gesvin Si crees que esta publicación se ganó un café dona uno haciendo clic en “Invitar un café”(Si no tienes cuenta Paypal puedes usar tarjeta de crédito y/o débito Visa, Mastercard, y más) Acerca de estos anuncios Tu voto: 1 Vote Compartir en: Me gusta: Relacionado 10 Ideas para Crear Infografías en el Aula | Infografía Hola: Compartimos una interesante infografía sobre "10 Ideas para Crear Infografías en el Aula" Un gran saludo. En "Educación y Tecnología" Participación en el Aula - 10 Consejos para Fomentarla | Infografía Written by gesvin 10 Herramientas para Trabajar Cómics en Clase | Artículo
8 ideas para usar el cómic en el aula y apps para crearlos en iPad y Android La semana pasada me afrontaba al reto de inventar, junto con mi hijo, una historia en donde él fuera el protagonista e ilustrar el relato con fotografías, enganchando la creación final en un álbum de papel. El proyecto presentaba la oportunidad de dejar volar la imaginación y por supuesto aprovechar algún recurso TIC. Nos decidimos a crear nuestro propio cómic en formato digital. Siempre asociamos el cómic como un medio de comunicación divertido y muy creativo y por tanto puede aprovecharse para que los alumnos de cualquier edad aprendan un tema a través de su explicación en viñetas. Si eres fan de este medio, a continuación puedes encontrar 8 ideas para usar el cómic en el aula acorde con tu asignatura: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Existen muchas aplicaciones online de gran calidad, disponibles para que los alumnos desde su PC, creen sus propios e-cómics. Para esta ocasión, me decanté por crear nuestro cómic con el iPad. Destacaría como las mejores aplicaciones para crear cómics en el iPad: 8 ideas para usar el cómic en el aula y apps para crearlos en iPad y Android
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Exhibitor info « Red & White Calgary Comic & Toy Expo Exhibitor info « Red & White Calgary Comic & Toy Expo Note: Tables are sold out for 2014. A waiting list is available. Contact us if you’d like to be added to the waiting list. As there is no automatic tracking of tables sold, please contact us BEFORE paying for a table to ensure that tables are still available. Attention local artists You may qualify for a FREE TABLE. Artist / dealer / vendor tables Contact us BEFORE paying for your table. $100.00 per table Payment can be made to: Ben Falconer Phoenix Comics 2523A 17 Avenue SW Calgary T3E 0A2 Phone: 403-246-1706 Floor Plan Click to see a larger version Click here to download a PDF of the floor plan
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Tezuka Osamu and American Comics One of the biggest blind spots in the scholarship on Tezuka Osamu is the assumption that his main access to Disney was through animation. Granted, first contact might have been made watching Mickey alongside other American animation stars like Popeye and Betty Boop in theatres and at home in the 1930s. Wrote Tezuka in 1973 (roughly translated, here and throughout): I liked Disney, I adored Disney, here before you is a man whose life was determined by Disney. I first encountered Mickey around second grade at an animation festival [Tezuka was born in 1928]. Also my father brought home a rickety home projector called the Pathé Baby, and amongst the films he purchased was Mickey’s Choo Choo. And then from fascination to emulation, I first followed the comics of Tagawa Suihō and Yokoyama Ryūichi. But note that he does not specify what Disney media he “copied,” and nowhere does he say that he learned to “master” the Disney style on the basis of the animation alone. Then he continues, (Continued) Tezuka Osamu and American Comics
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Creating cartoons and comic strips can be a good way to get reluctant writers writing. While creating comics you and your students can work through the elements of fiction in a context that is fun and familiar to them. Witty Comics provides a simple platform that students can use to create two character dialogues. To use Witty Comics students just need to select the pre-drawn background scenes and the pre-drawn characters they want to feature in their comics. Writing the dialogues is the creative element that is left to the students. Artisan Cam is more than just a comic creator, it is a comprehensive collection of online art activities. The Super Hero Squad invites kids to create their own super hero comic strips and comic books. Pixton is a drag-and-drop cartoon creation tool which allows anyone regardless of artistic ability to create comics. Strip Generator allows anyone, even people who claim they can't draw, to create a good-looking black and white comic strip. 10 Ways to Create Comics Online
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Scholastic: A Guide to Using Graphic Novels With Children and Teens Graphic Novels are Everywhere! No longer an underground movement appealing to a small following of enthusiasts, graphic novels have emerged as a growing segment of book publishing, and have become accepted by librarians and educators as mainstream literature for children and young adults — literature that powerfully motivates kids to read. Are graphic novels for you? What are Graphic Novels? In this context, the word “graphic” does not mean “adult” or “explicit.” This basic way of storytelling has been used in various forms for centuries—early cave drawings, hieroglyphics, and medieval tapestries like the famous Bayeux Tapestry can be thought of as stories told in pictures. The term “graphic novel” is generally used to describe any book in a comic format that resembles a novel in length and narrative development. Are Graphic Novels Suitable for the Young, and How Do I Evaluate Them? How Do Graphic Novels Promote Literacy? Motivation Reluctant Readers But are Graphic Novels "Real Books"? Art
School Library Journal: Resources for Teaching Graphic Novels Good stuff: ten great graphic novels for schools; online resources; information about publishers; and other recommended reading. Ten Great Graphic Novels for Schools Benjamin Bear in “Bright Ideas!” Nursery Rhyme Comics edited by Chris Duffy (First Second, 2011) Ages 3-8, grades P-3Fairy Tale Comics edited by Chris Duffy (First Second, 2013) Ages 6-12, grades 1-7 Both these anthologies collect short comics stories based on traditional tales, and many add an unusual twist. Nathan Hale’s Hazardous Tales by Nathan Hale (Abrams, 2014) Ages 8-12, grades 3-7 Nathan Hale (yes, that is really his name) has written four graphic novels so far, about the Revolutionary War figure Nathan Hale, the ironclad steam warships used during the Civil War, the Donner Party, and World War I. Hereville: How Mirka Got Her Sword by Barry Deutsch (Abrams, 2010) Ages 8-12, grades 3-7 An Orthodox Jewish girl dreams of slaying dragons someday. Online resources No Flying, No Tights Graphic novel reviews by librarians.
Get Graphic: Resources for educators Graphic Novel Resources for Educators As an educator you can utilize the Get Graphic! website to learn more about graphic novels, investigate booklists, explore graphic novel news and information, and learn about graphic novel related events around Western New York. Nationally, 25% of Eight Graders scored below the National Assessment of Educational Progress standard of reading proficiency. Graphic Novels can be an important part of both educational and leisure reading for students of all ages. Reading graphic novels: Engages reluctant readers & ESL students.Increases reading comprehension and vocabulary.Can serve as a bridge between low and high levels of reading.Provides an approach to reading that embraces the multimedia nature of today's culture, as 2/3 of a story is conveyed visually.Provides scaffolding for struggling readers.Can serve as an intermediary step to more difficult disciplines and concepts. Graphic Novel Workshop Resources Additional Resources Graphic Novel Classroom Kits
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