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"Toujours en ramenant la plume", un webdocumentaire sur l'œuvre graphique de Victor Hugo

"Toujours en ramenant la plume", un webdocumentaire sur l'œuvre graphique de Victor Hugo | art sculpture enseignement | Scoop.it

Découvrez un webdocumentaire de l'Université Rennes 2 basé sur l'œuvre graphique de Victor Hugo.


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[Conférence] Science et conscience chez les Shadoks!

[Conférence] Science et conscience chez les Shadoks! | art sculpture enseignement | Scoop.it
L'Université Rennes 2 présente une conférence originale avec les Shadoks, ces petits personnages hauts en couleur...

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800 000 ans sur une frise chronologique !

800 000 ans sur une frise chronologique ! | art sculpture enseignement | Scoop.it

La ligne de temps placée sous licence Creative Commons constitue un document pédagogique interactif,attractif et richement illustré pour toutes les périodes de l'histoire de l'archéologie.


Associé à sa version HTML imprimable, le module peut servir de support pédagogique aux classes de l'école primaire (CP, CE1, CE2, CM1, CM2), du collège ou au lycée, précisent les auteurs.


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Apprendre le français et les mathématiques en préparant des gâteaux

Apprendre le français et les mathématiques en préparant des gâteaux | art sculpture enseignement | Scoop.it
Casser, mélanger, battre, râper, saupoudrer, rouler... vive la cuisine !

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Lou Cambie's curator insight, May 22, 2015 5:13 AM

Cette activité est proposée pour enseigner le FLE aux enfants. L'idée est d'utiliser le thème de la cuisine pour apprendre dans le cadre d'une activité ludique. La cuisine est parfaite en ce sens, puisqu'elle permet de jouer sur les mots (les articles, notamment, et l'expression des quantités) mais également sur les chiffres en travaillant les quantités.
Cette ressource propose un jeu en ligne : on nous propose des aliments et l'apprenant doit cliquer sur l'image correspondante. Les images ne sont pas toujours très claires cela dit, mais le principe est intéressant.

L'objectif est de finir l'activité dans le temps imparti, sachant que l'on a droit qu'à 3 erreurs. Bien sur, cela n'est qu'un préambule pour amener vers une activité en groupe avec un enseignant autour d'une vraie recette à réaliser.
L'idée est intéressante, y compris pour des enfants francophones en bas âge. Et on gagne des gâteaux en prime !

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August | 2011 | Clara Lieu

August | 2011 | Clara Lieu | art sculpture enseignement | Scoop.it

I worked on some quick five minute gesture drawings today from my reference photos with lithographic rubbing ink to think through a little more concretely how I might want to proceed. The lithographic rubbing ink is great because it behaves very similarly to the etching ink, but I never have to wait for it to dry the way I do with the etching ink. The rubbing ink is dark and thick, like a stick of tar;   I love the intensity of the marks its able to make. I then use a Mars plastic eraser to move the rubbing ink around on the drawing. In the final drawings, I would smear the etching ink across the Dura-Lar to achieve the same affect.

I had mentioned a few posts back that I wanted to get back to life drawing, so that’s what I’m going to do: twice a month, I’m going to have a figure drawing session just to keep myself drawing and back into shape. It’s ironic because I spend practically every day working with a model in classes I teach, and yet it’s been years since I’ve had the chance to sit down and work from life with the figure.  Both my undergraduate and graduate experience was extremely loaded with life drawing, and in many ways I think I’ve avoided it for the past few years because it became overkill after a while. My priority is to get more “exercise” with drawing, to keep myself sharp and alert with drawing and the figure. I have no intent whatsoever to create “good” drawings, it would be all about the pure experience of just drawing, drawing without any goal in mind, drawing without any expectations.


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The Art of Combining Fonts

The Art of Combining Fonts | art sculpture enseignement | Scoop.it

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Jerome Okutho's curator insight, December 2, 2013 5:12 PM

Typography is an art, just as much as it is a way of creating words. This interesting info graphic from Tumblr explains the art of combining fonts in your typographic compositions.

Each image in the info graphic shows how to combine different fonts based on specific attributes. More importantly, it shows how to add a layer of meaning to your texts using a combination of font styles, sizes, and alignment. If you're interested in graphic design or typography, this is a reference guide you should take a look at.

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Face Patterns Drawing Reference

Face Patterns Drawing Reference | art sculpture enseignement | Scoop.it

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Jerome Okutho's curator insight, February 19, 2014 12:06 AM

Use this reference guide to find out new ways of drawing facial features using lines of symmetry and useful tips. The guide includes information about drawing the face from the front and size view, drawing eyes, and nose lips and ears.


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Hands Feet and Shoes Drawing Reference

Hands Feet and Shoes Drawing Reference | art sculpture enseignement | Scoop.it

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Jerome Okutho's curator insight, February 25, 2014 11:10 PM

The hands and feet are some of the hardest parts of the anatomy to draw. This reference guide is for anyone having trouble finding the right proportions for these body parts. The good thing about this guide is that it variates hand gestures and foot positions, and even contains some references for drawing shoes.

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5 Easy Ways to Improve Your Coloring

5 Easy Ways to Improve Your Coloring | art sculpture enseignement | Scoop.it

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Jerome Okutho's curator insight, April 10, 2014 12:24 PM

If you want to improve your color skills, there are a few tips and techniques you have to consider. This guide provides five useful tips you can use to improve the way you color your drawings on paper.

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Drawing a realistic eye

Drawing a realistic eye | art sculpture enseignement | Scoop.it

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Jerome Okutho's curator insight, May 27, 2014 1:21 AM

This drawing reference guide provides an inside look at the process of drawing a photorealistic eye using Photoshop CS3 and a drawing tablet. If you want to take your digital drawing skills to the next level, this is a tutorial you need to try out.

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Eye Drawing Tutorial

Eye Drawing Tutorial | art sculpture enseignement | Scoop.it

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Jerome Okutho's curator insight, July 7, 2014 10:45 PM

This reference guide shows you all the tools and techniques you can use to draw a realistic eye.  It covers all the steps -- from sketching to final shading.

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Feet Drawing Reference Guide

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Jerome Okutho's curator insight, July 15, 2014 4:21 PM

A comprehensive tutorial explaining the anatomy and characteristics of the human feet. The guide also explains the different contour lines that make up the shape of each foot.

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Feet Drawing Reference Guide

Feet Drawing Reference Guide | art sculpture enseignement | Scoop.it

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Jerome Okutho's curator insight, August 7, 2014 9:59 PM

A reference guide about drawing the human feet.

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Guida di riferimento al disegno dei piedi | @circolodarti

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A reference guide about drawing the human feet.

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Introduction à l'étude des réseaux sociaux

Introduction à l'étude des réseaux sociaux | art sculpture enseignement | Scoop.it
L'Université Paris 1 dévoile en vidéo les bases de l'étude des réseaux sociaux avec Jean-Loup Guillaume, professeur à l’Université de La Rochelle.

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Jeux éducatifs en ligne pour la maternelle et le primaire

Jeux éducatifs en ligne pour la maternelle et le primaire | art sculpture enseignement | Scoop.it
Associer le jeu à l’apprentissage semble avoir toujours été une méthode efficace, surtout chez les enfants, comme en témoigne le succès de nombre d’activités ludo-éducatives.

C’est peut-être l’une des raisons ayant poussé le site ieducatif.fr à mettre en ligne une série de jeux et d’activités ludoéducatives destinés aux enfants de la maternelle et du primaire.

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[Banque d'images] Enseigner avec l’image

[Banque d'images] Enseigner avec l’image | art sculpture enseignement | Scoop.it
Banque de données d'images pour le primaire

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Miniartextil : de l'art contemporain avec des bouts de tissu

Miniartextil : de l'art contemporain avec des bouts de tissu | art sculpture enseignement | Scoop.it
Le "fiber art" tient son salon annuel à Montrouge, près de Paris, haut lieu de la création artistique.

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Drawing Feet: One Step at a Time

Drawing Feet: One Step at a Time | art sculpture enseignement | Scoop.it

"As with the hand, you should not hesitate to take off your shoes and use your own feet as references, when the setting allows it!


The bones of the foot are arranged to form 3 arches that give it the strength to support our bodies. The first two shape the bottom of the foot and the third the upper part. Squeeze the sides of your foot and note how rigid they are: the bottom of the foot is not soft and does not deform under pressure. This means that no matter the position of the foot, the indentations of the arches will always show in an adult foot."


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Jerome Okutho's curator insight, November 29, 2013 6:15 PM

Feet are probably the least talked about part of the anatomy, even though we wouldn't be able to stand without them. Drawing feet uses the same approach as drawing hands, except for a few minor details.

This comprehensive reference guide contains useful tips about how to draw feet at different angles. The guide is organized into multiple sections with relevant information and images describing the structure of the feet, and proportions of the toes relative to the foot.

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Adobe Photoshop CS6 Cheat Sheet

Adobe Photoshop CS6 Cheat Sheet | art sculpture enseignement | Scoop.it

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Nomi van Dun's curator insight, April 10, 2014 7:57 AM

A very easy to use cheat sheet. Every shortcut you need or can think of is on this page. Also, there is a little tutorial on the bottom that can help you understand the shortcuts.

Tyler Kempa's curator insight, April 16, 2014 4:25 PM

I use Photoshop occasionally but I've never paid any attention to the keyboard shortcuts. This will definitely help me work faster. I use it on a PC and the picture shows a Mac keyboard layout but the shortcuts should be the same.

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Anatomy- Eye, Lip, Ear 1 by tatsumakichan on deviantART

Anatomy- Eye, Lip, Ear 1 by tatsumakichan on deviantART | art sculpture enseignement | Scoop.it

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comment transformer un dessin en cours d'anatomie! tres bon pour le scrabble et ses mots compliqués! ;) apprendre à voir c'est mieux!

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Jerome Okutho's curator insight, February 22, 2014 11:57 PM

Use this reference guide whenever you need to be reminded of the different parts of the eyes, lips, and ears. The sketches are labeled for easy understanding and also serve as a rough guide for drawing each of the facial features.

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Dynamic Poses Study 1

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Jerome Okutho's curator insight, March 5, 2014 12:08 AM

This reference guide illustrates the general form of a variety of different poses. It can be used to guide your portrait drawing sessions  or as a tool for understanding movement in the human anatomy.

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How To Draw Anything

How To Draw Anything | art sculpture enseignement | Scoop.it

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Jerome Okutho's curator insight, April 30, 2014 11:44 PM

Drawing objects and scenes can be challenging when you're a beginner because you're unable to break down the complex shapes into simpler shapes. This useful reference guide explains how you can draw just about anything using only 5 basic geometric shapes.

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Anatomy Drawing Lesson

Anatomy Drawing Lesson | art sculpture enseignement | Scoop.it

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Jerome Okutho's curator insight, June 18, 2014 10:31 PM

This comprehensive reference guide explains everything you need to know about drawing different parts of the human anatomy. If you're looking for a simple go-to guide for your anatomy paintings or drawings, this is for you.

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Foot Drawing Tutorial

Foot Drawing Tutorial | art sculpture enseignement | Scoop.it

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Jerome Okutho's curator insight, July 7, 2014 10:47 PM

This reference guide is for anyone who wants to gain a better understanding of the anatomy of the foot. It provides useful tips about drawing feet from different angles and using basic shapes to construct the foot.

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Arm Drawing Reference Guide

Arm Drawing Reference Guide | art sculpture enseignement | Scoop.it

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Jerome Okutho's curator insight, July 25, 2014 8:08 PM

A simple reference guide for anyone interested in learning about the proportions and anatomy of the arms.

Alessandro Pedroni's curator insight, July 26, 2014 3:46 AM

Guida di riferimento per il disegno del braccio