Twittering Machine

January 19, 2018 | Author: Anonymous | Category: Arts & Humanities, Performing Arts, Drama
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Twittering Machine: Marvelous machines inspired by the art of Paul Klee, W. Heath Robinson, and Rube Goldberg by Mrs. Heiser

Twittering Machine

by Paul Klee, 1922

Paul Klee, 1939

1879 - 1940

Twittering Machine, 2 Inspired by Paul Klee’s drawing, Twittering Machine, Doug Cockell’s work was done as an homage to W. Heath Robinson, an English artist.

W. Heath Robinson

W. Heath Robinson, an English artist

W. Heath Robinson

W. Heath Robinson

W. Heath Robinson

W. Heath Robinson

W. Heath Robinson

W. Heath Robinson

Rube Goldberg

Rube Goldberg • was an American • • • • •

Reuben Garret Lucius Goldberg (July 4, 1883 – December 7, 1970)

cartoonist, sculptor, author, engineer, and inventor.

Rube Goldberg • received a 1948 Pulitzer Prize for his political cartooning. • He is best known for his series of popular cartoons depicting Rube Goldberg machines. Reuben Garret Lucius Goldberg (July 4, 1883 – December 7, 1970)

Rube Goldberg

Rube Goldberg

Rube Goldberg

Rube Goldberg

Rube Goldberg

Rube Goldberg

Rube Goldberg

Rube Goldberg

Rube Goldberg

Rube Goldberg

Your Marvelous Machine! • Rube Goldberg Machines: • Imaginative, impossible, contraptions portrayed in cartoon form

• Homework Machines: • Similar to Rube Goldberg Contraptions but serve young students

• Machines of Great Inventions: • Ease unpleasant chores, work, provide entertainment or profit, etc.

Your Marvelous Machine! • • • • • • • • •

Materials: 12” x 18” white drawing paper rulers, scratch paper, pencils, erasers, Flair pens, colored pencils, and watercolor markers

Your Marvelous Machine! • Planning: • Think of 3 possible machines you could create on paper. List them. • Decide which one you would like to create in detail on paper and make a speedy, simple sketch.

Your Marvelous Machine! • Drawing: • Lightly sketch your machine, relying upon your simple, preliminary sketch. • Fix things if they are crowded or have too little to them (using the page wisely). • Draw your machine, using a ruler where needed.

Your Marvelous Machine! • Drawing continued: • Color in your drawing to add drama and emphasis. • Add labels to explain parts of your machine or how it works. • Use the Flair pen or pens to add finished, fine line details and edges to your machine, characters, and text or titles.

Your Marvelous Machine! • Finishing: • Hand in your completed “Twittering Machine” assignment. • Be sure to have your name and class on the machine. • Complete the checklist and hand it in with your drawing.

Copyright Laws Disclaimer • Certain materials are included under the Fair Use Exemption of the U. S. Copyright Law and are restricted from further use. • This presentation with images and any web links are for educational use only. • The information contained in this presentation is accurate to the best of my knowledge.  Some Clip Art images are from Microsoft Office and/or Microsoft Office Online.

 www.moma.org, www.en.wikipedia.com, www.rubegoldberg.com, and schools.lwsd.org/rhjh/genyes/RubeGoldberg/index.htm.

Twittering Machine • Mrs. Heiser • Custer School District • Art • PowerPoint Presentation • © 2009, Lorry Heiser

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