Spiders - positive and negative space

Views:
 
Category: Education
     
 

Presentation Description

Using the book The Spider and the Fly along with various video clips students will learn how to create an art piece using positive and negative space of a spider and his web.

Comments

Presentation Transcript

a little Positive vs Negative (spiders & art):

a little Positive vs Negative (spiders & art)

"The Spider & The Fly" Featured on UK's Bookaboo:

"The Spider & The Fly" Featured on UK's Bookaboo Meet Tony DiTerlizzi and "The Spider & The Fly http://youtu.be/HEKEaoNDSU8

PowerPoint Presentation:

POSITIVE NEGATIVE The spider did some POSITIVE and NEGATIVE things in the story. Make a list on your card of the many positive and negative actions from the story.

Positively Webby Use a WHITE sheet of paper & follow the directions to cut out the spider web.:

Positively Webby Use a WHITE sheet of paper & follow the directions to cut out the spider web. a_fanciful_twist

PowerPoint Presentation:

http://youtu.be/OtRqHG_yP0s

Negative Space:

Negative Space In art , generally, negative space is the space around and between the subjects of an image.

Negative is the opposite of positive, especially when positive represents the values and colors of an image much as they would appear in reality. :

Negative is the opposite of positive , especially when positive represents the values and colors of an image much as they would appear in reality.

Glue a 8x11 sheet of black paper in the middle of a 18x24 white sheet of paper.:

Glue a 8x11 sheet of black paper in the middle of a 18x24 white sheet of paper.

Glue the paper spider web somewhere at the top of the paper.:

Glue the paper spider web somewhere at the top of the paper.

Use white paint to draw the web dipping down and the top of the spider to hang onto almost to the bottom of the black.:

Use white paint to draw the web dipping down and the top of the spider to hang onto almost to the bottom of the black.

Use white paint to create the top of the spider’s body.:

Use white paint to create the top of the spider’s body.

Use a black sharpie to draw the web coming off the page and the other half of the spider and legs.:

Use a black sharpie to draw the web coming off the page and the other half of the spider and legs.

http://youtu.be/HEKEaoNDSU8 Meet Tony DiTerlizzi and "The Spider & The Fly" :

http:// youtu.be/HEKEaoNDSU8 Meet Tony DiTerlizzi and "The Spider & The Fly"

authorStream Live Help