Line Designs with Shading With this project, you can teach that shading and careful use of line can give a 2D drawing the “illusion” of being 3D. I loved the simultaneous “Wow!” I got from my students when I put my sample up on the board… they were really motivated by this project, so it was a perfect choice for the *crazy* last week of school! Materials: PATRONS Examples of this and alternative method here I draw string a lot so it's all over the blog. See also here and here.
15 of the World’s Most Creative Papercraft Artists 15 of the World’s Most Creative Papercraft Artists Article by Steph, filed under Sculpture & Craft in the Art category. Paper isn’t the first medium most people think of when they imagine sculpture, but it has qualities that help papercraft artists create some of the most incredibly intricate 3D art ever seen. Colourful Christmas trees You need: two drawing sheets A4 sizewatercolour paintbrushes jar with watertissue paperscissorsglue rulerpencilgold or silver markerwhite correction markerglitter Paint a background for the Christmas trees with water paint. Use different colours and let them blend into each other. Use plenty of water for nice bright colours. Choose three colours of tissue paper.
What is Consciousness? We become consciousness when there is an awareness of movement, balance and clarity in the relationships between all these directions, giving rise to the experience of presence and an awareness of the core Self, which is whole. Life is experienced as a field of awareness and our relationships become interactions with consciousness within those fields. Modern quantum physicists are now demonstrating the truth of this ancient wisdom as they delve ever deeper into the mystery of how life is created. The relationship of the creative expression of our essence in co-creation with the Divine can be most fully be experienced through play, community, love, presence and an awareness of all Life. We can begin to understand how we synthesize structures of meaning or patterns, both old and new, through the experiences of different learning environments that open us up to the feeling of belonging and of connection, of being home.
Science Museum of Minnesota - Anthropology The Anthropology Department collaborates with other museum staff on anthropology-related exhibits and programming while also maintaining traditional collections-based curatorial and research activities. Staff members work with tribal communities, state and federal agencies, community groups, and other scholars and scientists on projects ranging from ethnographic research and collecting, to archaeological research and fieldwork, to education and interpretation. Current projects and research include: Red Wing Archaeology The Red Wing Archaeology project is an interdisciplinary, multi-institutional project with the goal to collect, study, and care for archaeological collections from this fascinating region. Ethnobotany Project Ethnobotany is the study of how people of a particular culture and region make use of indigenous plants.
Paper Toys: Flextangles Today’s paper toy, Flextangles, is seriously the coolest paper puzzle we have ever made and judging by how many times you guys have downloaded our template you agree! Flextangles are part of our collaborative series STEAM POWER: Empowering kids to explore the world through creative projects. The theme for this installment is COMPUTE! FLEXTANGLES: Make this paper toy and be mesmerized by the colorful action!
formater études (normaliser) Tom’s Tutorials For Excel: Checkmarking a Cell With Standard and Conditional Formatting Here’s how you can automatically show a checkmark in a cell, using standard formatting for a font type, and Conditional Formatting to identify when the checkmark exists. There is no programming code involved; it’s all native Excel formatting. In this example based on the following picture, a company keeps an ongoing list of projects, with a set of tasks that each project might need to complete along the way in order to claim the entire project as being complete. A completed project will have a checkmark placed in the table’s Completed column, and the entire row of the table will be shaded green.
America's Quilting History, Quilt Styles and Quilting Myths Travel from Colonial times through the Civil War and theVictorian era up to the 20th century quiltmaking revival. Including the styles that you expect like Baltimore Albumand Crazy Quilts and others that will surprise you. Native American, Black American, Mexican American Hawaiian, Hmong & Amish quiltmaking history.
grade 5 You need: white drawing sheet, 15 by 21 cm (A5 size) pencil ruler eraser markers This is a great lesson for the beginning of the school: a name tag in the style of painter Paul Klee. This drawing can also be used for the birthday calendar that each group makes at the beginning of the school year. Photographer Laurent Lavender Plays with the Moon In his ongoing series of photos titled Moon Games, French photographer Laurent Lavender has subjects play with a rising moon, effectively tansforming it into a balloon, a painting, and even a scoop of ice cream. The dreamlike photos have been turned into a calendar and a (French-only) book of poetry as well as a few other objects. You can see more of his work over on Facebook. (via IFLScience)