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Hybrid Creature In your sketchbooks: Dream

Describe a dream that you had that was strange or different: . What were some of the elements that made the dream seem real? . What were some of the elements that made the dream seem unreal? . Project Definitions.

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Hybrid Creature In your sketchbooks: Dream






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Hybrid Creature

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In your sketchbooks: Dream

Describe a dream that you had that was strange or different: What were some of the elements that made the dream seem real?

What were some of the elements that made the dream seem unreal?

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Project Definitions

1. SURREALISM – 20th century artistic style in which dreams, fantasy, and the subconscious served as inspiration for artists.

2. SALVADOR DALI – Spanish surrealist painter and printmaker. 3. HYBRID CREATURE – An imaginary animal that is created using distortion, exaggeration, and illogical combinations of body parts from several animals.

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HYBRID CREATURE

You will create an imaginary creature using distortion, exaggeration, and illogical combinations of body parts from several animals. After completing the new creature, you will place it in an equally illogical setting that contrasts with the creature.

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How we will begin:

You will begin by sketching a favorite animal. Make several sketches of possible combinations that exchange features such as the head, neck, legs, wings, tail, ears, texture, or animal skin with other animals. Remember that your creature can be based on scientific facts, fiction, or fantasy.

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Salvador Dali The Elephants

(design for the Opera La Dama Spagnola e il Cavaliere)

Like Dali’s

The Elephants ,

sometimes pairing the most dissimilar features helps to exaggerate and emphasize an idea or tone. However, different moods from magical to ferocious can be achieved by using unique combinations. Choose the idea and mood you find most appealing.

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HYBRID EXAMPLES

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HYBRID EXAMPLES

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HYBRID CREATURES

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HYBRID EXAMPLES

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HYBRID EXAMPLE

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Another Hybrid Example

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Don’t steal ideas!!! Make your own animal!!!! I have seen these two WAY TOO MANY TIMES!!!

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Salvador Dali

Salvador Dali was the Father of ‘Surrealism.’ Surrealism is a 20th-century movement in art and literature that sought to release the creative potential of the unconscious mind. “Dream-like.”

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Salvador Dali

Commonplace objects, people, and animals are distorted and often changed into bizarre and irrational creations. He placed unrelated objects together in strange, barren landscapes.

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Learning Goal

Students will be able to create their own ‘Hybrid Creature’ in the likes of Salvador Dali, using distortion, exaggeration, and illogical combinations of body parts of several animals. The students will be investigating the work of Salvador Dali and incorporating his ideas into their art.

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How you will be evaluated:

DESCRIBE- What parts have you used to create your imaginary creature? Identify the features you have distorted and exaggerated. Describe the things you have added to create an illogical background.

ANALYZE- Explain how you used distortion and exaggeration to create your creature. Describe the colors and textures you used for the creature and the background.Describe the mood, theme, or idea you have created. Explain how combining various body parts, changing proportion, and applying color and texture affect the mood of your work.

JUDGE- Have you successfully combined, distorted, and exaggerated the features of your animal to emphasize an idea or mood? Is there anything you would change?