SchoolArts Magazine

APR 2014

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class. She let me know what a great experience this was for her students. They were able see their artwork become something that was once unimaginable. Ian Sands is an art teacher at Apex High School in Apex, North Carolina. iansands@ Watch the full "Singing Tigers" animation at apexhsart.blogspot. com/search/label/tigers . mouth positions would match best. Even though we kept the song clip lengths down to about fifteen seconds, it still took more than a week to com - plete this part of the project. Making the tigers sing was tricky enough, but some students wanted a little more. A wink of a tiger's eye here, a twitch of the ear there . . . these little extras gave the tigers per- sonality. When the animations were com- plete, I posted them to so Jordan could share them with her N A T I O N A L S T A N D A R D Students correlate responses to works of visual art with various techniques for communicating meanings, ideas, attitudes, views, and intentions. W E B L I N K tigers Artist: Kevin. Animator: Paul. 23 Arist: Evan. Animator: Katelynn. Artist: Aleah. Animator: Medina. A_pages_4_14.indd 23 2/20/14 3:05 PM

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