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Unformatted text preview: ty, process of growth and evolu;on Some excep;onal examples Some excep;onal examples Some excep;onal examples The Shape Game I will display three posters. •  One shows images of the following types of lines: ver;cal, horizontal, slant, curve, wavy, zigzag, and curlicue. •  The second shows types of geometric shapes: circle, oval, square, rectangle, triangle, trapezoid, parallelogram, pentagon, hexagon, and octagon. •  The third shows a variety of organic shapes, some recognizable (such as a banana shape,) and some not. Instruc;ons 1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  Begin with a pencil or pen and 4 sheets of paper. You will create 4 scenes or abstract composi;ons, one at a ;me. Each student is given a turn to call out any shape or line they want from the selec;on on the posters. All the class must use that shape or line in their current drawing. If someone calls out a line or shape you had not planned to use in your drawing, you must figure out some way to use it anyway. You have 30 seconds to include the line or shape before the next one is called. AQer six lines/shapes are called, set aside the current drawing and start a new one. When all four drawings have been started, pick the one of the four that you like best and complete the image in ink or color. You may add new lines or shapes to this drawing, but do not mark out the original lines/shapes. Turn in all four of your pages, stapled together. Make sure your name is easy to find on one or all of them....
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