a compilation of inspiring examples for staging classic paintings in photo and film
a great variety staged classic paintings was also published on
Adobe on Informatione Libera.
Emanuela Pulvirenti has another concept of staged paintings, using a digital backdrop, which needs some preparation:
Here more works by Emanuela Pulvirenti and her students
part II and part III
Adad Hannah works on elaborated staged paintings:
get creative with your scanner
Find more Glitch Art on
redefinemag.com by Stephen Lofstrom
Pinterest, source feedly.com
Last summer I met Sophia Color, a charismatic artist from Venezuela, dedicated to the the power of color. “Oh, your blog is missing color in your list of categories!”, she told me. Yes, because color is everywhere 😀 But it’s time for a post on color, with great research by didatticarte.
Cromática and whenever you need a specialist on color (she worked with universities & TV stations) for professional advise or guest teaching, contact her on fb
about Color on diddadicarte
color on diddadicarte
Emanuela Pulvirenti published inspiring compilations on topics of the human body on her famous Blog didatticarte
Eyes hands Feet face in profil facial expression backside
anatomy in perspective
“Dumb ways to die” inspired many animation artists -but how is it done? (Solution below 🙂 )
…and here you can learn to do it step by step on
Sorry, the professional level is less suitable for high school classes. But I would loooove to try it myself.
drawing faces by outlining shadows : watch this inspiring
video by Tolga Girgin
There are many ways to visualize music. In some lessons my students took a classic approach with abstract art – now I found a great animation to introduce.
students work visualizing music
create a chair with drinking straws and cardboard
(examples by my students)