|1||Lesson Plan||Comic Page Panel Construction
This lesson focuses on the importance of condensed storyboard formatting for a limited one page comic story.
|2||Lesson Plan||Inking the comic page
This lesson teaches about detail, texture and varied (thickness) of line to create depth of perception. Exercise inking varied penciled characters/drawings to get a feel for the pens and the various sizes.
|3||Lesson Plan||Applying Digital Color Using Adobe PhotoShop
This lesson teaches PhotoShop coloring techniques to apply digital color to Comics.
|4||Teaching Activity||Photo Hunt
This activity focuses on capturing the energy of a place or situation. It allows students to practice taking a wide variety of photos and develop their observation skills.
|5||Teaching Activity||Pitch Your Film
This activity prepares students for a possible class project and allows students to practice idea development and using their imagination.
|6||Teaching Resource||Making a Negative Sandwich in the Darkroom
How to print two different negatives at the same time to create one image.
|7||Teaching Resource||TOE 2010-11 Curriculum
This is a curriculum developed for the Robert Ho Foundation.
|8||Teaching Resource||The Learning Arc
In this learning resource, we lay out how we think of each cycle at our program as representing a learning arc, beginning with introductory knowledge and skill development and resulting in the editing of work for a final exhibit or screening.
|9||Teaching Resource||Overview of Structure and Staffing
In this resource, we go over staffing a mentoring program. In order to achieve our goal of at least one artist for every three youth, we engage professional artists as Volunteer artist-mentors.
|10||Teaching Resource||Venice Arts Curricular Guide
The Venice Arts Curricular Guide presents a model of linked mentoring and education. This is the downloadable print version of the online version available at http://www.VeniceArts.org. Written by Lynn Warshafsky.