Saturday, 5 April 2014

Inspired By Stormie Mills

Stormie Mills is a well known artist in Perth, Western Australia, and a favourite of mine. See his style of work on his website We worked with charcoal to create a Stormie Mills inspired character. I love the results!!
Sam
Susan
Jenna
Josh
Cheyenne
Farhanah
Dan

7 comments:

  1. These are just amazing. I love charcoal and I do it so seldom in the classroom just because of the mess factor - you've inspired me to dive back in, soot and all!

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    1. I must admit to avoiding charcoal too sometimes. It is very messy - but worth it :-)

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  2. I was wondering what grade level you used the Stormie Mills charcoal lesson? The artwork is really fabulous! Would you be willing to share your lesson plan?

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  3. Hi Sasha, this was Grade 5/6. I don't have a formal lesson plan for it. We just looked at Stormie's work, did some experimentation with charcoal and then they designed their own character.

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    1. Thanks Chani, They are really lovely and well done for grade 5 students! I can't wait to share it with my students!

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  4. No worries. I hope your students enjoy it. Apologies for not replying sooner....somehow missed your original message!!

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