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Futurist Inspired Dancers

Posted on Sep 29, 2014 by Ashley Stroud Last updated on Jun 8, 2017

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Student Examples - Dancer and Graph Paper

This lesson was the result of a collaboration between my digital illustration program and the dance department at our performing and visual arts high school. Tied by the theme of the dance drama, The Grid, the Void, and the Sign, we took photographs of the dancers jumping, practiced gestural drawings during their rehearsal, and then composed digital artworks inspired by the Futurist art movement using geometric forms in repetition to show movement through space and time. The lesson covers these Adobe Photoshop skills: editing Camera RAW photographs, B&W adjustment, watercolor, pointalism, pencil drawing, woodcut effects, pattern making, selection tools, and layer masks.

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Videos
Dancer Grid Tutorial
A Brief Guide to Futurism

Additional Information

Attribution Non-Commercial
ISTE NETS·S Standards
Communication and Collaboration, Creativity and Innovation, Critical Thinking Problem Solving and Decision Making
Timing
  • 1-2 Hours
  • 1+ Day
  • 1+ Week
  • 1+ Month
  • Semester
  • Year
Materials

Adobe Photoshop, Camera RAW DSLR, dancers or images of dancers in motion

  • 5/5 | 1 Rating
All Comments (2)

Magen Newman

Posted on Feb 3, 2017 - Permalink

​This is so awesome! The Dancer Grid Tutorial is showing that the video is private?

Robert Springfield

Posted on Oct 25, 2014 - Permalink

Very impressive unit for students to be engaged. I like the way it incorporates several humanities art, history, etc. Good job!

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