Creating and teaching art requires a sense of humor and an understanding of organized chaos - as there is no way to create something original without spreading out supplies and getting a little messy.
Hey how did you do this???? Please let me know it is great.. I love... Thanks so much Mr. R. Over and outhttp://mymessyartroom.blogspot.com/
Mr. R - Super easy and way fun.1) Get a digital camera that you can manipulate the settings on. You will need to change the shutter speed somewhere between 6-12 seconds. In my classroom 8 seconds was perfect. This step involves a little bit of trial and error.2) Put that camera on a tripod.3) Black out all windows or do in a room without any outside light. I used black bulletin board paper for my windows and door.4) Find small objects that emit light. Flashlights, flashing shoes, cell phones - etc. I used normal flashlights and then used scrap theatre gels to make them different colors.Next - stand infront of the camera in a dark room - move around while the camera is taking the picture for about 8 seconds.In my classroom I had the camera hooked up to a tv so the students could see the results in real time.For more info click the links in this post: http://msnovak.blogspot.com/2011/02/whole-school-light-graffiti.htmlLet me know if you have any other questions!
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