Tuesday, March 22, 2011

If you leave an art teacher blog a comment, she will...

Please be careful when you leave me comments...

If you leave an art teacher blog a comment, 
The art teacher will have to check out the commenter blog,
When she checks out the commenter blog,
She will be find an impressive art project.
She will want to try said art project immediately,
But she will find she has no time at that precise moment to do said project,
So she will just "appropriate" said project as a new post on her blog, which...
will probably end up being commented on.

Such happened yesterday with Shannon's comment. I have now been introduced to the wonderful world of Notan! It's bold graphic qualities really appeal to me. I also love the concepts it has to teach about composition and value. 

I really hadn't heard the term before since I am mostly self-taught, so I went in search of Notan... this is what I have found so far...
YouTube - What is Notan
YouTube - Notan Design Instruction Video


You may wonder why I can't just go try all these wonderful projects... Well I am currently involved in a rather time consuming project. I'll give you a sneak peak at it's progress...


video




Time consuming, but sooo worth it.


6 comments:

Amy said...

Your post about leaving comments made me giggle. I am an art teacher that is looking for great new ideas and some fun blogs to check up on daily. I have enjoyed yours! Thank you. Have fun with Notan, I did.

Shannon Maynard said...

Glad you like the Notan!! I am constantly looking for new ideas and it can be very difficult with little ones at home!! I am right there with you!! That is what is so great about blogging!! Very cute!!

Anna Pietrolungo, Essendon North Primary School said...

How exciting to see your little one walking... she is so cute!

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Flogistix said...

it was kinda hilarious. . I love it. . .thanks a lot for sharing... the baby is sooooo cute. .. . love it...
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