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"9 or 12 views of an object" - vary by level/class. Emphasizes multiple viewpoints, looking closely, + life. Kids usually only see a couple of views of a small object unless this way of "seeing" if stressed. Opens the door for talking about cropping, image selection, repetition, variation, pushing past "1st idea" in compositional development, etc.  I've even done an "extension" where students pick favorite view to blow up and do in color with more "feeling" and less detail (and less time).

"9 or 12 views of an object" - vary by level/class. Emphasizes multiple viewpoints, looking closely, + life. Kids usually only see a couple of views of a small object unless this way of "seeing" if stressed. Opens the door for talking about cropping, image selection, repetition, variation, pushing past "1st idea" in compositional development, etc. I've even done an "extension" where students pick favorite view to blow up and do in color with more "feeling" and less detail (and less time).

multiple views of an object

multiple views of an object

multiple views of an object

multiple views of an object

Expressionistic oil painting landscape by modern painter Erin Hanson

Expressionistic oil painting landscape by modern painter Erin Hanson

Paso Robles Oil Painting by Erin Hanson

Paso Robles Oil Painting by Erin Hanson

Drawing pencil by Colin Davidson

Drawing pencil by Colin Davidson

Knot, via Flickr.

Knot, via Flickr.

Saatchi Online Artist: Hesther Van Doornum; Acrylic, 2013, Painting Gentle (sold)

Saatchi Online Artist: Hesther Van Doornum; Acrylic, 2013, Painting Gentle (sold)

Danny O'Connor

Danny O'Connor

Álbumes web de Picasa

Álbumes web de Picasa