Thursday, 19 July 2018

¡Premiados en eMove Festival!

Chicos del Newton, ¡qué alegría! ¡qué emoción! ¡nos han premiado en el eMove Festival!

III Edición del Festival Escolar y Universitario de las Artes Audiovisuales 
Centro de formación: IES ISAAC NEWTON 
Sección: Cortometraje de animación  
Categoría: 1er ciclo de ESO 
Título: “Lorca con e-Motion”

Enhorabuena a todos los participantes y, cómo no, a Beatriz Gallego, que fue su proyecto de Máster de Profesorado en el Newton.

Os espero a todos con vuestras familias en octubre.

¿Os acordáis del estupendo resultado?

Sunday, 10 June 2018

Flipbook and animation





You can use Windows Movie Maker, iMovie, CuteCut, Google Photos...

Sunday, 3 June 2018

Optical Illusions in photography

Exploding your minds

self-portrait is a representation of an artist, drawn, painted, photographed, or sculpted by the artist.
Self-portraits have been made by artists since the earliest times.
In the later 20th century and more so in the 21st century, new techniques and video are playing a part in furthering self-portraiture (artworks, crafts, videoblogs, digital self-portraits, selfie, etc.).

There are many different ways to make a self-portrait. It has not to be a traditional drawing or painting of your face.

"For a university project I was asked to produce 50 different paintings in completely different styles. I thought it would be a challenge to 50 self portraits. I had the whole summer to complete the project, but only left myself a week to do it.

I started off my researching my favourite artists hoping to generate a list of 50 styles. I decided on 25 to begin with and began painting then. I did a painting every 1-2 hours depending on the complexity of the style I was replicating. Styles varied from traditional painters such as Van Gogh, Picasso and Rembrandt to modern artists such as Chuck Close, Jenny Saville and many others. I produced a few cartoon versions of myself such as a Simpsons character, Beano character and in a Manga style."

Kyle Lambert, Visual Artist, Painter and Illustrator

Watch this video self-portrait exibited at Museum of Modern Art in New York City,

Making a self-portrait is a great way to express and explore your identity.

1st of ESO: Exploring
The idea is to do the silhouettes of your head and fill in your head with a magazine collage of what is going in your brain, what you prefer, what you are fond of...
Idea from:
Readers Digest
Ideas to get you started: clothes, music, words, sports, food, people you admire, singers, actors...
Trace your head on two white papers (using the window). Then filled in the head shape with magazine images in one of the papers. The second one will be the template of the final frame of your self-portrait, so, you will have to cut out the inside part. Let's do it.

2nd of ESO: Exploding

Create a collage illustration using your self-portrait picture (A3).
The folio society. Man 10
Nenad Dodic
 If you are too shy to show your face, you can modify your photo:
Meet Jack, handmade collage by StudioKoten, 2015

More examples.


Autoevaluaciones y Coevaluaciones finales de grupos PAJARITOS

Sunday, 27 May 2018

Technical Drawing basic constructions

Don't just watch the videos. Do it yourself using your set squares and compass!

Dividing a line segment into equal parts:

Line segments operation (adding up and subtracting):

Perpendicular bisector:

Move or copy an angle:

Angles operation (adding up):

Angles operation (subtracting):

Angle bisector: