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Elgin Scalzi EDU 225 Web Review Assignments Week 3 1. In this section, I learned about the “Artistic Media” behind childrens’ books. The media is the surface and the tools that the artist uses while technique is how the artist applies the tool to the surface. For example, acrylic paint (the tool) being brushed on a canvas (the surface. Here, I learned that there are many types of these medias not only limited to just one form: there’s drawing, painting, sculpting, photo-taking, and digital media. In the next title labeled “Artistic Style”, I learned if the different styles that can be used. This is the types of ways an artist’s work looks, such as the naïve style. This type gives off a youthful impression, almost as if it were drawn by a child. The third part I looked at was the “Elements of Art”. This tells of basic ways to do artwork and to make it look nice and appealing in the stories. It gives examples of how to use lines, shapes, and space. 2. The timeline of a book is an interesting read. It tell about the origin of picture books from all the way back in 1658 with the story Orbis Sensualium Pictus up to children’s books from 2016. The first picture book that was in this timeline was in 1753 with Thomas
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