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A History of Art for Artists, Animators and Gamers – Week 6 Discussion Prompt - Reality Distortion

The discussion prompt was

  • Jeannene argued that “reality distortion” (and she is using this term loosely) could be understood not so much as a means of escaping the modern but of willing the modern into the world one wants it to be.
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O2S The Art of Painting and Drawing – Week 2 Creating Backgrounds

Please bear with me as I familiarise myself with Brushes on the iPad

1/2 Grouping, proximity and closure is all about hooking the viewer in. Creating an entry, exit and focal point. 318 more words


11th Annual Open Education Conference call for proposals now open

It’s that time of year – planning is underway for the 11th annual family reunion of the Open Education family, and we hope that you’re planning for it, too. 50 more words

Open Educational Resources

Rob Farrow reblogged this on and commented:

A date for your diary - the call for proposals at Open Education 2014 is now open, closing at midnight on Friday, April 25, 2014.

Lernen überall und immer

In der zweiten imoox-Woche wurde u. a. die Frage gestellt, welches “Lernmedium” am ehesten mit welchen Endgerät zu nutzen sei. Zunächst entstand daraus in der sehr aktiven… 511 more words

Blended Learning

O2S The Art of Painting and Drawing - Week 1 Basic Colour Theory

As one door closes, so another opens. Last week I finished the O2S MOOC ‘Education in a Changing World’ of which I have still to blog the final set of notes… Tomorrow. 530 more words


History of Art for Artists, Animators and Gamers – Optional Assignment 4

All about the passing of time

I think the simplicity of the subject of this image helps clarify the effect of time. Had I lowered the camera a fraction, I would have captured nothing but the sand and had a wait of several hours before time would have had an impact (unless the light changed) with the tide coming in. 47 more words