I'm in love with these. Please email me if you have time and let me know how you did the 'moving images' on this post. I LOVE them!! The art is wonderful as well. I will be pinning you on Pinterest and inclueding you on my blog roll! Great stuff here!MiniMatisse.blogspot.com
THANKS for your response. You inspired a post on my blog. You should have a 'following' option on your blog so you know who is visiting. It helps you find others who have blogs and wonderful ideas to share. If you do get one, let me know... I'll be your first follower:)http://minimatisse.blogspot.com/2012/06/how-would-you-use-gifninja-in-classroom.html
These are stunning! They resemble the students so much and I love the cute animated gif's! Thanks for sharing.
This are amazing! The assignment totally inspired me to try this with my 6th grade portrait unit.
I love the colourful way they've been created in the same style and proportions. I wish the Art curriculum could've been as varied and imaginative when I was at school in 1936.
I love your blog! It would be great if we can have some e-mail contact! I could not find your e-mail on your blog. You can find mine here: http://extraliv.weebly.com/om-mig.htmlHope to hear from you soon!//Liv