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Chickenoid Poster
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Adobe template for poster - test
Adobe template for poster - test

Visit my website. See my chickenoids. Daily ink drawings.


Golden Rooster Chickenoid
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Chickenoid with metallic acryl-gouache and rubber stamps and one real white feather in triple thick medium. 12 x 16 inches on watercolor paper.
Chickenoid with metallic acryl-gouache and rubber stamps and one real white feather in triple thick medium. 12 x 16 inches on watercolor paper.

All that is gold does not glitter,
Not all those who wander are lost

J.R.R. Tolkien
The Fellowship of the Ring


Circular reasoning chickenoid
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Chickenoid made from circle prints from the end of a cardboard center of a paper towel roll.
Chickenoid made from circle prints from the end of a cardboard center of a paper towel roll.

Circular reasoning may sound convincing, but consider who will most likely be convinced by a circular argument. Those who already accept the argument as true are more likely to be further convinced. This is because they already believe the assumption that is stated.


I am white light of the sun
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Spontaneous moments in teaching . . . 

I stand against automatically using a white sheet of paper — change to toned paper as a background. I hand down the ancient wisdom of the grisaille layer, then pull out my stash of CMY color wheels. 

I spin around. “I am the white light of the sun. I contain all the colors perceived by your human eyes. I contain more colors conceived by non-human eyes, by x-ray machines, by radios – I contain frequencies! I have been examined by artists and scientists through the ages and systems have emerged throughout art history and the experimentations of science to help you make a living!  Study the relationships between my wave-lengthy aspects. Learn the color relationships condensed onto this wheel and thrive!”


Design Fundamentals for Video Game Design Students
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Design Fundamentals for Game Design Students

Lit Review:  Method idea Peeragogy

http://edtechreview.in/dictionary/261-what-is-peeragogy

  1. Douglas Thomas and John Seely Brown (2011), A New Culture of Learning: Cultivating the Imagination for a World of Constant Change. CreateSpace.
  2. Malone, T.W. (1981), Toward a Theory of Intrinsically Motivating Instruction, Cognitive Science, 4, pp. 333-369

Method support Collaborative learning (https://dpi.wi.gov/sites/default/files/imce/cal/pdf/guiding-principles4.pdf

D&D Learning

http://www.learningscientists.org/blog/2018/8/23-1

Create character sheets with real skills

Test for seer thinker doer

Show your game for feedback https://www.gamasutra.com/blogs/MarsAshton/20181126/331321/At_Meaningful_Play_and_Beyond_Exhibitor_Primer.php

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Schiaparelli and the Zen Chicken
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Ink drawing of chicken shape with lobster stencil for a head and jellyfish or the middle section. Honoria Starbuck artist.

Schiaparelli/Dali designed the iconic “Lobster Dress” which debuted in Schiaparelli’s Summer/Fall 1937 Collection. The Lobster dress is a simple white silk evening dress with a crimson waistband featuring a large lobster painted (by Dali) onto the skirt. It is rumored that Dali wanted to apply real mayonnaise to the lobster on the dress but that Schiaparelli objected.

This zen chicken of the sea is inspired by Elsa Schiaparelli's famous lobster dress and my appreciation of the beach and high fashion.

12 x 16 inches on hot pressed 140 lb watercolor paper. 

Prints Available


Mad with Joy Zen Chicken
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Zen chicken calligraphic drawing by Honoria Starbuck

“People from a planet without flowers would think we must be mad with joy the whole time to have such things about us.”   ―  Iris Murdoch 

Zen chicken with floral brain is aware that you are looking it's way with a questioning gaze. Part still life, part calligraphy, part Dada this chicken is bound to confound, this zen chicken is made with India ink, acrylic and watercolor paints. and archival rubber stamp ink. Original drawing on 12x16 inch 140 lb hot pressed watercolor paper.

Zen Chicken drawing/painting/prints are based on serene contemplation and the practice of tai chi combined with odd, eccentric, or humoristic tangents. Viewers are invited to become part of the art as an added component. The artist invites  augmenting the pieces with captions, literary connections, or having a conversation with the chickens. Quiet or laughing meditation with the Zen Chickens is also welcomed. This artwork as insight-entertainment opens manifold layers of potential meaning and referential aesthetics in each Zen Chicken. 

Honoria Starbuck currently lives and works in Austin, Texas in the US where she creates one Zen Chicken a day as part of her daily creative process. 

Prints Available at Saatchi Art.


The Taxonomy of the Bloom
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Bloom's Revised Taxonomy from http://alline.org/planning.html
https://www.slideshare.net/morkie/sample-questions-stems-based-in-revised-blooms-taxonomy
https://www.slideshare.net/morkie/sample-questions-stems-based-in-revised-blooms-taxonomy



Design Fundamentals and Dragons Draft
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DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS AND DRAGONS

The future is designed.

You are the designers of the future.  

No matter what the industry, Design Lore must be transferred from one generation of designers to the next in modes that are meaningful, useful, and engaging.

GOAL

Players will create Knowledge Transfer Artifacts (KTAs) to be used by future novice designers to increase their design powers as they rise through professional levels.

RULES

  • Players select one quest from the goblet
  • All players with the same quest are in the the same guild
  • Your guild members will determine form of KTA and organize tasks
  • Create a KTA in allotted time (2 hours)
  • Present the KTA to community

SOURCES OF HELPFUL SPELLS 

 The Tome, The Scroll, The Taxonomy of the Bloom, The Doctor of Philosophy

FORMS OF KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER ARTIFACTS

  Guild Activity Deadline: 2 hours

Potential forms of KTAs

  • Instructional video
  • Illustrated blog
  • Illuminated
  •   manuscript
  • Comic
  • Game
  • Music video
  • Photo shoot
  • Scrapbook
  • Pintrest board
  • Poster(s)
  • Fashion show
  • Advertisement
  • Comedy skit
  • Illustrated poem
  • Test of skill
  • Flash cards

DESIGN YOUR ARTIFACT

  1. Assign tasks to each member
  2. Plan - first ½ hour
  3. Execute - second ½ hour
  4. Refine and polish - 2nd hour

PRESENT ARTIFACTS

Accounting your daily pay

Interim campaign: Commit to outside research on next topics


FEEDBACK from Heath

This looks good! I have a few thoughts from a D&D perspective, which will hopefully be useful.

If you're going for a connection to D&D, there is some terminology that you might shift. A quest or calling something a quest is actually normally seen in online massively-multiplayer RPGs (such as World of Warcraft), rather than tabletop RPGs. You normally get quests from a character, a quest-giver. That could still work. 

If you stick to the language of D&D and other dice-based rpgs, there are some perks. It turns out there's a taxonomy to what you do in those games. The basic unit of play over the course of a few weeks is a Adventure. In a particular adventure, you might explore a ruin, or slay a demon, or whatnot. There may be a medium-scale map attached to an Adventure. If you go with an old-school style, there are many great examples to work from and they're easy to find by googling "D&D adventure."

Adventure = Project. There is even a term for ideas for adventures (ie projects), that need to be fleshed out: an "Adventure Seed'.

A small scene or scenario within an adventure is called an Encounter. If you watched the Lord of the Rings movie(s), the battle with the Balrog at the bridge was an Encounter. (So was the fight in the tomb.) Meanwhile, the whole trek through the underground mines of Moria where those came from would be an adventure.

The largest scale is the Campaign. Many adventures combine into a Campaign, played over months. So the whole course... would be your Campaign. There might be very large scale maps of a whole land or kingdom for a Campaign. The entirety of the Lord of the Rings movie trilogy could be called a Campaign.

All of this could be useful, because an Encounter is like one particular design challenge, while an Adventure is the whole project that challenge was a part of. 

In fact, one of the official sites for free D&D materials uses this very terminology right on the page. http://www.dndadventure.com/  "Encounters, Adventures, Campaigns."

Artifacts works, though something you gain or win in D&D is usually just called "Treasure." It could be a sword or a ring or a chest or a tome of lore, etc. If you gain it through play, that's Treasure. (Same is true in the online games too actually.) But "Artifact" is much classier as something to end up with. I like it. :)

Accounting sort of makes sense to me, though I can't think of what the equivalent in actual D&D is compared to in your lesson... I would say that in-between Adventures is what is called "Downtime" for your character. That'd be when you'd take stock of what you just did and prepare for what comes next. I may not fully understand what you're meaning by Accounting.

None of this needs to be a limit! I love what you're doing here and the idea of a class being like D&D adventure modules is awesome. You could just do it however feels right to you and not go wrong! I just wanted to give you some feedback on the terms you're using, especially since "Encounter/Adventure/Campaign" could turn out to be so damn useful.

Max Ernst discovering collage is an Encounter. Him producing an exhibition or body of work is an Adventure. Surrealism is a Campaign. :)

Styling art lessons like D&D adventures would be incredible fun, and you could probably found a whole side business on selling them as individual artworks. Classic adventures are sort of like Zines.

Usually they have more art and fancy bits, but here's an example of an actual free (current/modern) Adventure for D&D. http://media.wizards.com/2014/downloads/dnd/DDEX16_TheScrollThief.pdf

Your turn!


Design Funamentals as Role Playing Game
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Basic information:


https://entertainment.howstuffworks.com/leisure/brain-games/beginners-guide-dungeons-and-dragons.htm