The collaborative dance-making process with which she used them is one of my favorite ways to choreograph because it gives students some ownership of the movement material.
This project will show you how to paint an old open book that you can personalize with your own text, for a very special gift that will last forever because it's "written in stone!
Flat rocks that cannot stand on their own may work too, in that case the finished piece will look best when displayed on an easel.
Wash your rock and let dry. Step 2 Start base coating your rock with white acrylic paint. Step 3 Use a pencil or the tip of your round brush dipped in brown paint to divide in half the rock's front. Sketch in two pages, make them a little smaller than the rock's contour.
Draw two rounded triangular shapes on top and bottom. Step 4 Give depth to your book by tracing a second line for the book block. The line runs from one triangular shape to the other.
Draw a inner page with some movement to make it more interesting. Step 5 Use a medium flat brush and mix white with a drop of ochre paint to get a yellowish tone. Paint the two pages, giving a darker ochre shade sideways the midline. Step 6 Use the same yellowish tone to fill in the sides. Now, with a liner and thinned-down brown paint, paint many tiny parallel lines.
Those are the pages of your book. Step 7 Turn the rock and paint the back with blue paint or any other color you prefer. Fill in the triangular shapes on top and bottom of your rock with black paint. Step 8 Detail the rock's back by painting the book's spine in the middle adding sideways shadows in dark blue.
Write your book title and add decorations of your choice.
Step 9 Add a drop of white to the blue paint and highlight all the book cover's edges. Now you are ready to write your text! You can write it using the tip of your thin brush or, the easy way, using a permanent black marker.🔥Citing and more!
Add citations directly into your paper, Check for unintentional plagiarism and check for writing mistakes. Muzic To My Ears Encourages healing through movement, creativity, and expression.
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One medium we don’t often associate with Dada, however, is music. And yet, those same artists who waged war on the establishment with readymade urinals and rambling manifestos also did so with musical compositions that were as influential as the painting, film, and poetry.