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Help! I need to do something colourful and imaginitive, incorporating graffiti or 3-D style writing for year 5/6 class. . . please read on. . .

Discussion in 'Art and design' started by artcrisis, May 8, 2011.

  1. artcrisis

    artcrisis New commenter

    http://www.jonburgerman.com/
     
  2. jono1701

    jono1701 New commenter

    I have a SOW about Mr Burgerman, can send you it if you like.

     
  3. hi can you send me the SOw too!

    puntosx@hotmail.com
     
  4. tdnorth

    tdnorth New commenter

    Are you still up for sharing this? I teach secondary EBD kids, plus will now have to do some primary work...this SOW and artist seem perfect if you don't mind?
    traceynorth2@hotmail.co.uk
    thanks...appreciate it.
     
  5. teega

    teega New commenter

  6. Hi

    An easy way to do it would be to do some bubble writing and get the learners to extend the letters using one point perspective,. This will make them 3D. If they colour with the thought that warm colours come forward and cool colours recede it will enhance the effect and really make the colours pop! This is also an easy option if you some of your group aren't familiar with graffiti.
     

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