Sub Plan: Interactive Drawings 1. Brainstorm ideas of simple drawings (animals, plants, motor vehicles, people, school supplies, etc.) YOU MAY NOT COPY ANY OF THE EXAMPLES THAT YOU SEE HERE 2. Gather resources to help you draw your idea. Look at books, magazines, or do an image search. 3. Brainstorm ideas of how your drawing could interact with a real object in a photograph. 4. Draw your drawing on blank white paper. Use only pencil or sharpie marker. No color please. Feel free to cut out images if you think that will make your idea stronger. Think about your composition and how it will also set up in a photograph. 5. Finish your drawing and set up your photo shoot. You might have to gather supplies or ask for a partners assistance. You may use Photo Booth on your computer or your phone/iPad. 6. Open the camera and frame your shot. This means you will center your subject matter (your drawing interacting with the object) and take the picture. Take a few if you like, but delete the ones that you will to use after you're finished. You should have one finished photograph saved to the camera roll. 7. Go back to your home screen and open safari. 8. Email your image to my google mail (email@example.com) 9. Enter a title for your picture. This can be anything you like but should relate to you picture. It can simply be Interactive Drawing if you like.
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